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Man saves boy from dog mauling; faces prosecution for gun
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12ax7



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PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2013 10:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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12ax7 wrote:
I did a bit of research and, strangely enough, in DC it's illegal to own ammunition for a gun you don't have registered in your name...But, in the case he referred to, the veteran apparently did own a 9mm handgun and it appears it was is own ammunition, although it's unclear to me if the gun was properly registered in his name (the article is very vague). Needless to say, it's a strange case.

Of course, it's not strange in the "odd circumstances" way... it's strange in the "they are persecuting a combat veteran for owning small-caliber bullets he bought at Wal-Mart" way.


No, it's strange because you'd think his gun was registered, and therefore so would the ammo. Being a veteran is not a get out of jail card.
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