My question would be is what defines "actively report HG ammo sales to the state". Does that mean report ALL sales AT the point of purchase or does it mean "actively report HG ammo sales to the state" when requested. BIG difference.
Regardless. it really doesn't leave the state knowing how much the purchaser actually has on hand at any one point in time. Maybe the purchaser shoots A LOT and the 5k rounds they purchased last month really doesn't mean much.
And what business is it of the "State" (NJ or otherwise) to know how much HG ammo you've purchased. What's next? Tracking how many 6 or 12 or cases of beers you purchased? Or bottles of wine? Or whiskey / bourbon? Really, what interest does it serve? Because they aren't tracking how much is being used / consumed. It's really useless.
And even if a person purchases "x" (call it 10k rounds of HG ammo) then really, what business it of the State knowing this?
It's just more "feel good" legislation to make it appear they are "doing something". But in reality it means little to nothing. And it won't "solve" anything.
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One point I haven't seen anyone discuss. Many have talked about wanting to carry hollowpoints, carry normal capacity magazines and other issues.
A better argument is for national reciprocity. I'd rather carry a 10 rd magazine without hollowpoints in another state.
The fact is most states have no magazine or hollowpoint laws. If the 2A applies outside your home it should apply if you travel outside your state. National reciprocity, using the 14th Amendment should be the next argument.
Murphy, who has no clue, is waiting to see what Hochel gets away with. As it is just about all the reasons to go to NYC are gun free zones.
I expect a lot of that to be changed.
National reciprocity is the most important fight IMO.