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    Have any of you seen reports from your own state regarding (ammoaccountability)

    I have attached the link of the 18 states affected.

    http://ammunitionaccountability.org/Legislation.htm

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    Boy! It looks like the anti-gun lobby can find screwy legislators in just about any state.

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    Microstamping again????

    Oh well... I lost all of my ammo when my boat flipped over in the lake....

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    I was at a fund-raising dinner this spring, and Senator Don Benton was there. He stopped by our table to chat, and if I recall correctly he stated that this bill was killed in committee. And CMIIW, but isn't this legislativesession over?

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    dt wrote:
    I was at a fund-raising dinner this spring, and Senator Don Benton was there. He stopped by our table to chat, and if I recall correctly he stated that this bill was killed in committee. And CMIIW, but isn't this legislativesession over?
    Yes, we've discussed it in at least one thread in the Washington state portion of the forums. This bill died in committee and the legislative session is over. Some people have voiced concerns that this bill will simply resurface again once the newcomers (and incumbants) take office and start the next session. Apparently the three Seattle men who invented the technology for bullet/brass barcoding are still pushing legislation requiring it. (There's a surprise, they'd make a huge profit.)

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