“Democrats Seek to Ban Hunting Ammunition in Wisconsin”

“A Democratic state senator and three Democratic state representatives have circulated draft legislation that would ban civilian possession of hollow point or frangible ammunition. According to existing Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources regulations, sportsmen and women in Wisconsin must use such ammunition when hunting deer or bear. The Democratic lawmakers, two of whom are freshman, all hail from urban districts in the City of Milwaukee.”

The provision in the bill draft that provides whoever intentionally sells, transports or possesses any bullet that expands or flattens easily in the human body is guilty of a Class H felony conflicts with current DNR hunting rules. Under s. NR 10.09 (1)(c)2., ‘no person shall hunt any deer or bear with any air rifle, rim-fire rifle, any center-fire rifle less than .22 caliber, any .410 bore or less shotgun or handgun loaded with .410 shotgun shell ammunition or with ammunition loaded with nonexpanding type bullets or ammunition loaded with shot other than a single slug or projectile.’ The bill draft does not provide an exception to the prohibition on possessing expanding bullets for deer or bear hunting.”

“The draft legislation (linked to below) was circulated this week by Sen. Nikiya Harris (D), Rep. Mandela Barnes, (D), Rep. Evan Goyke (D), and Rep. Fred Kessler (D). Mandela and Goyke are freshman lawmakers elected just last November.”

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2 Responses to “Democrats Seek to Ban Hunting Ammunition in Wisconsin”

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    Yeah, they will want to ban two types of rifle ammunution…

    1) Ban soft point ammo for the reasons above.

    2) Ban FMJ because it penetrates walls, cars and body armor.

    That’s okay though, right? Ban all rifle ammo that is soft and all rifle ammo that is hard.

    I despise these people.

  2. notamobster says:

    Yeah, that’s gonna go over like a turd in a punch bowl in the state with the more hunters than any other.

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