Obama’s final shot: Ban on ‘traditional ammo’ | Washington Examiner

This is something we need to watch. I do not think there is enough lead in ammo and sinkers to poison our wildlife. Also, you can buy none lead ammo and sinkers. I think over time without the government making a law, lead will be phased out, as many companies are doing now.

Mind you, I do not know a lot about this subject as I should. I live less than a mile from both a National Forest and Wilderness. We have thousands of lakes in northern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. I need to be more informed before I really can make a good statement.


In its final attack on gun owners, the Obama administration moved to ban traditional lead ammo on federal grounds and waterways on its last full day in office. The ban, which includes cheap bullets and common fishing tackle, can be repealed by the Trump administration and was immediately condemned as an attack on outdoors people and rural life. This directive is irresponsible and driven not out of sound science but unchecked politics, said Lawrence Keane, senior vice president and general counsel of the National Shooting Sports Foundation. The timing alone is suspect. This directive was published without dialogue with industry, sportsmen and conservationists. The next director should immediately rescind this, and instead create policy based upon scientific evidence of population impacts with regard to the use of traditional ammunition.

Source: Obama’s final shot: Ban on ‘traditional ammo’ | Washington Examiner

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