Opposition to Nardis Trying to Manufacture Ammo

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    Just saw on the news that Nardis is trying to get zoning changed so they can manufacture ammunition. Of course the retards come out of the wood work concerned that the place is just gonna blow up or someone is gonna buy ammo and a gun and kill some kids at a school a couple miles away....

    Nardis Investments Co. seeks zoning change to make bullets | kens5.com San Antonio
     

    benenglish

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    Sometimes things happen that remind me that the fact that Houston has no (well, almost no) zoning is a good thing.
     

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    They were stupid to ask for a zoning change.

    They could have set up a Dillon and reloaded all the brass they swept off the floor. It is not like they wanted to go head to head with Winchester, Remington, or Federal.

    Getting the proper licensing to sell re manufactured ammo would not have been too difficult.

    Methinks this was a marketing gimmick.

    I reload in my garage and no one gives a schnitt!
     

    Booyah

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    They were stupid to ask for a zoning change.

    They could have set up a Dillon and reloaded all the brass they swept off the floor. It is not like they wanted to go head to head with Winchester, Remington, or Federal.

    Getting the proper licensing to sell re manufactured ammo would not have been too difficult.

    Methinks this was a marketing gimmick.

    I reload in my garage and no one gives a schnitt!

    I believe they already do that. I have not had a chance to actually visit there myself yet but I we told as much by a friend who is a former employee there. I guess the ammo is for in-house use only...maybe that technically keeps them out of the "manufacturing" of it. I don't know all the regulations.
     

    GrandpaOf18

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    I believe they already do that. I have not had a chance to actually visit there myself yet but I we told as much by a friend who is a former employee there. I guess the ammo is for in-house use only...maybe that technically keeps them out of the "manufacturing" of it. I don't know all the regulations.

    Yes they do, and as a member, it came in quite handy for my 9mm when there was none to be found. I hope it does happen, as it would be a good source, and with a members discount, probably a decent price as well.
     
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