County ammo regs foster furor

Prison Planet.com blogger Paul Joseph Watson writes in his Friday, March 20, column about "a shocking new gun control law recently introduced in Albany County (that) is being labeled the most draconian piece of anti-second amendment legislation yet seen. The law requires buyers of all ammunition, even shotgun pellets, to provide their drivers license, state their purpose for buying the ammunition, and have the information retained and accessible by law enforcement for no less than 10 years."

According to Watson, "Anyone buying rounds or shells, even .22s, for hunting or target shooting in Albany County, N.Y., would have to provide ID, declare the gun and have its serial number registered with the seller. Based on the information provided by the buyer as to the purpose of buying the ammunition, the seller could block the purchase."