Discussion in 'On Topic' started by [DWI], Jul 3, 2007.
So I guess ammo manufacturers must blow up all the time huh? Thats the only decent explanation for why ammo costs so much now anyway. If this goes through shouldnt the same rules be put in place for oil refineries, drilling platforms, gas stations, natural gas plants, airports since they have tons of fuel, coal mines and probably many more places I cant think of.
good fucking lord
WTF? Why can't the Gov get off our nuts!
I'd like to see a little more detail on what the real problems are not just "omg they're going to put us out of business, send them nasty letters." I don't have time to read the 55 page pdf right now, anyone have a link to an actual description of the problem points or are we just all going to be outraged because we were told to?
IIRC, on CGN it was mentioned that this really doesn't actually change anything for ammo......lemme go check.
posts 6 and 7....
So, when did the last ammo factory blow up from a thunderstorm?
Or a store employee try to light a box of ammo on fire?
ALL THE TIME.
Not as often as drive-by bayonettings though.
That happened to me last week!
I think the fetilizer is the same way.
I would think it would be common practice to not carry a lighter or matches into anyplace a large amound of gun powder was used or stored. That would be plain stupid. should OSHA make rules? no. Should this be common practice? yes.