Pennsylvania Democrats To Propose Bullet Tax And Encoded Rounds To Track Ammo Owners | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Pennsylvania Democrats To Propose Bullet Tax And Encoded Rounds To Track Ammo Owners

A 5 cent per bullet tax will be proposed in Pennsylvania as part of legislation to be brought forth by two state House Democrats, Rep. Manny Guzman and Rep. Stephen Kinsey.

The tax would fund a state police database of ammunition sold in Pennsylvania.

The planned legislation would require ammunition manufacturers to encode ammunition provided for retail sale in Pennsylvania, and to provide ammunition serial numbers to the Pennsylvania State Police for the ammunition database. The plan was revealed in a joint memo to the state legislature by Guzman and Kinsey.

“Since 2015, only 21% of the nearly 8,500 shootings that Philadelphia has endured have resulted in an arrest or conviction,” the memo said.

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And criminals won't be able to remove the encoding?

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What part of " shall not be infringed "

michael mazur

do they not understand?

michael mazur

Real Reason

Reddit_is_Hasbara

With such encoding, Michael Collins could never have freed Ireland.

(((Elites))) are worried about assassination. That's why they created gangsta culture --- to create handgun hysteria.

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