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Old 06-29-2013   #7
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Default Re: Colts safety Joe Lefeged arrested

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Originally Posted by Heath Shuler View Post
also from the article:


registering ammo? DC has to be super safe.......


Worth reading the entire piece, but here's an excerpt.


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In September 2011, former Army Specialist Adam Meckler was arrested at the VFW in the District because he happened to have a few long-forgotten rounds of ordinary ammunition in his bag. The veteran of both the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq was jailed and later accepted a plea deal, which he now regrets.

In May, a new law was enacted in the District make the ammunitions restrictions more reasonable, but it did not go far enough.

According to the National Rifle Association, there are only two states, Illinois and Massachusetts, and three major cities, D.C., New York City and Chicago, that have general prohibitions on possession of ammunition without a license, even if the accused doesn’t have a gun.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/guns/2012/jul/1/miller-dc-arrests-vet-arrested-unregistered-ammuni/#ixzz2XePljFss

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