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Old 07-09-2019, 04:37 PM
Anny Middon is offline
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So it's pretty well established that buying/owning ammunition couldn't be prohibited outright, or probably even much legally restricted.

But could it be taxed along the lines of cigarettes/alcohol? Like say... a 30% sales tax?
I was thinking ammunition tax, but a lot higher than 30%. Plus an equally high tax on gunpowder so that making your own bullets would also be expensive. I suspect that mass shootings would become, if not less common, then perhaps less deadly. The Las Vegas shooter is estimated to have fired 1100 rounds. I f each bullet cost him $5, how many rounds would he have shot?