In the past couple of years more than a few tragedies have heightened the discussion of guns and what to do about  them.  Whether it's bump stocks or arming teachers, there doesn't seem to be a direction the conversation won't go. However, here comes a direction that was anticipated a long time ago and is now making it's way to one Michigan county.

According to the Detroit Free Press, Reggie Davis the Wayne County Commissioner for the 6th district will announce a gun safety ordinance that would regulate ammunition not guns.  As I said, this is not a new idea.  More than a few of my friends who own guns have pointed out that they're not worried about not being able to legally buy a gun.  They're worried that somehow it will be difficult to by bullets.  They correctly anticipated that sooner or later the regulations on ammunition, which aren't near as stringent as those on guns, could change and possibly cause supplies to be harder to get.  Check out the rest of the story by clicking HERE.

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