Going after the guns

The Obama administration shows its true colors:

From now on, remanufacturers of military brass will not be able to buy surplus brass from DOD–actually from Government Liquidators, llc.–the corporation that sells surplus materials for the U.S. government. At least, not in any form recognizable as once-fired brass ammunition. Now all brass ammunition will have to be shredded, and sold as scrap. Georgia Arms, who brought this to our attention, is the 5th largest ammunition manufacturer of centerfire pistol and rifle ammunition in the U.S.

Looks like it’s time for the gun defense lobby to start contacting Congress. The politicos are afraid to go directly after guns, so they’re targeting the ammunition. And the ammunition manufacturers should show some courage as well… by refusing to sell to any state or federal agency until the new policy is abandoned.