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Something missing in ammo charge
February 14, 2011 - Frank Robinson
There must be more to the story, in this case, than meets the eyes.
I'm talking about the story that appeared Feb. 3 about the owner of Slumasters in Braceville being charged in federal court with selling ammunition to a convicted felon.
The story says Nancy Hagmaier sold the ammunition to an unnamed felon in June. She sold the felon 150 rounds of 38-caliber ammunition.
The charges apparently came after a "lengthy investigation."
Here is the part I don't get. How would someone know whether or not he or she is selling ammunition to a felon? The last box of ammo I bought didn't require me to show any kind of ID or database background check. Perhaps the law has changed, but I'm not aware if it has.
I know background checks are required to purchase a firearm, but ammo?
It will be interesting to follow this story as more information is learned.
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