BUYING 1000 ROUNDS OR MORE IN CALIFORNIA COULD RAISE RED FLAG. Latest headline at www.thegunwire.com.
The way I look at it, I don't care how many red flags I raise. I'm doing nothing wrong. With the stuff I look at online, I'm sure my name is already in a database somewhere flagged, as with most of us here.
I'm sure owning a gun website has brought no attention to me. Ah big brother, you win again...you always do. I do like to picture my flags are animated in their database.
I prefer cash at the gun shows. Not that I'm trying to hide anything, it's just the less records, the better.
"within a 5 day span." A little less convenient, but just buy 1,000 rounds of ammo in a... 6 day span!
Laws like this are worthless and only provide unintended consequences.
I feel like I live in the Twilight Zone sometimes. I can't help but feeling misanthropic.
Who do I contact to change my flag to yellow with a rattlesnake on it?
I eventually hope to move up to an audible alarm with flashing lights, in addition to the red flag. You have to have goals!
@chriscalderon: Another solution, a reader posted on our Facebook, is "Coming soon: 999 round cases" Solved.
Someone should start selling "shooter's dozens" like a baker's dozen. You buy X amount and we'll give ya some free.
Yep, "buy 999, and we'll throw one in for free!" Seriously, can you imagine how much better Cali would be if they would just address the real problems, instead of tilting at windmills? Kathleen Madigan, the comic once said "it must be great to be THAT caught up"!