Feds Undercut Ammo Supply
"A recent government policy change has taken a bite out of the nation's already stressed ammunition supply," reports WND, "leaving arms dealers scrambling to find bullets for private gun owners."
Gun and self-defense advocates are concerned, "eyeing the change in government policy with suspicion and filling the blogosphere with speculation that the effects of the policy change may be deliberate."
More from WND:
"It is an end-run around Congress. They don't need to try to ban guns -- they don't need to fight a massive battle to attempt gun registration, or limit 'assault' weapon sales," writes firearm instructor and author Gordon Hutchinson on his The Shootist blog. "Nope. All they have to do is limit the amount of ammunition available to the civilian market, and when bullets dry up, guns will be useless."
The Second Amendment states: "A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed."
Surley, our friends in Washington wouldn't be trying to find a way around the Constitution, would they?