July 11, 2007
2nd Amendment Assault at OSHA

ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY

ASSAULT ON THE SECOND AMENDMENT AT OSHA

The gun grabbers are getting desperate. They are attempting to sneak through an OSHA regulation that would severely restrict the available of ammunition.

PROPOSED REGULATION WOULD:

*Prohibit possession of firearms in commercial "facilities containing explosives"--an obvious problem for your local gun store.
*Require evacuation of all "facilities containing explosives"--even your local Wal-Mart--during any electrical storm. *
*Prohibit smoking within 50 feet of "facilities containing explosives."
*Make reloading virtually impossible.
*Add 100s of millions of dollars to the manufacture, storage and sale of ammo.

This is a blatant, attempt to do an end run on the Constitution and regulate ammunition out of existence.

Proposed regulation in PDF format.

As expected the feds make commenting a PAIN IN THE ASS. To comment start here in the top banner click "Search for Documents" In Agency pull down menu select "Occupational Safety and Health Administration" in the Document ID field put "2007-0032-0001" This will bring up search results, click on the Document ID number and then you will be at a comment instruction page. Click on the "Add Comments balloon" you'll finally be at the page to submit comments. Unfortunately I cannot link directly to the comments page, each of you will have to drill down to it.

Let your Congress Critter know.

Posted by jcmount at July 11, 2007 07:26 AM | Email This
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1. Please describe how these regulations would make reloading "virtually impossible," and add cost to manufacture/sale/storage.

I am with you here, but I don't want to read through the entire bill to figure this out. If you have a link to a detailed summary, that would be good too.

Posted by: pudge on July 11, 2007 12:56 PM
2. They are reclassifying ammo as "explosives." You won't be able to store them in a residential area.

That's were the storm evacuation and smoke regs come from.

The manufacturing, storage and sales of explosives have a entire more complex layer of regs.

Posted by: JCM on July 11, 2007 05:43 PM
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