The BATF is getting ready to make a decision regarding the banning of the common military round the M855. The M855 is being targeted due to it’s steel tip and a reputation for being “armor piercing”.
Here is the reality if the round is banned:
- First – if the M855 is banned plenty of .223 and 5.56 ammunition will be available. This is NOT a ban on all ammunition of those calibers.
- Second – if the M855 ammunition is banned I have little doubt the cost of all other .223/5.56 ammunition will increase in price. Why? Simple supply and demand. The demand will be the same or higher while the overall supply of ammunition will decrease due to the absence of the M855.
- Lastly – if the round is banned it will provide an incentive for more action similar in nature. This means keep stocking up.
Let your voice be heard!
Let Congress know that you will not stand for this intrusion on our 2nd Amendment rights.
Take care all –