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Ammo Database & Digitized FID at YOUR Expense: Biased Agency Report
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Wednesday November 16, 2016:

Dusting off a 10-year-old hit-piece on ammunition sales issued during the Corzine Administration, the "neutral" New Jersey State Commission of Investigation today updated that biased report, calling for the following:

- Creation of an ammunition sales database

- Digitizing FID cards and adding photographs to them; and

- Charging gun owners for the cost of these changes

Conveniently, the report recommends the adoption of pre-existing legislation sponsored by anti-gun legislators that has been around since 2013 in various forms to implement these changes.

According to the report handwritten ammunition logs and the absence of a photo on the NJ FID card can allow unauthorized persons to purchase ammunition.  

"The recommendations are based on the false and naive premise that criminals use ID cards to purchase ammunition in the first place," said ANJRPC Executive Director Scott Bach. "Putting a photo on a card used only by law-abiding citizens will neither disrupt illegal trafficking nor make anyone safer.  This is a solution in search of a problem."

The report will undoubtedly be used by anti-gun legislators to add the appearance of legitimacy to their misguided legislative proposals.  Please watch for future updates.

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