Originally Posted by WebleyFosbery38
Funny, if the local stores In Moore OK were selling $500 generators for $2000, the Gov would investigate them for price gouging. Most of our lawmakers say they support the right to protect yourself with a weapon, that would seems like an emergency situation. If you cant get bullets unless you pay an extraordinarily high price for them because of a perceived shortage, shouldnt that be investigated? Guess the Gov dont care about self defense afterall...
Most laws related to price gouging are applicable during and immediately after official emergencies. When a governor or federal official declares a place a disaster zone it opens up a lot of doors that would otherwise be closed.
But if more government regulation is what you want, then by all means notify your congressmen that you want them more involved in regulating ammunition prices. I'm sure everything will turn out just fine once the government steps in.