Va. man stopped with unregistered gun, 500+ rounds of ammunition in D.C., police say

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Smokewagon wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 9:33 am I know registered ammunition is real in a couple of places, but how is it done and then tracked?
Great question! Do they need to account for every round expended in training once ammo is registered? Will require a whole new government bureaucracy just to track and the ATF can't find their files with both hands now. And increased taxes will follow in order to fund the Agency of Ammunition Oversight.🤬
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Bitter Clinger wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 10:48 am
Smokewagon wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 9:33 am I know registered ammunition is real in a couple of places, but how is it done and then tracked?
Great question! Do they need to account for every round expended in training once ammo is registered? Will require a whole new government bureaucracy just to track and the ATF can't find their files with both hands now. And increased taxes will follow in order to fund the Agency of Ammunition Oversight.🤬
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Smokewagon wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 9:33 am I know registered ammunition is real in a couple of places, but how is it done and then tracked?
The ammunition isn't actually registered, because it doesn't have serial numbers or any other means of tracing.

If the person in possession, or with "constructive possession" of the ammo is not properly licensed to possess it, then it's "unregistered ammunition".
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