JUST IN: Obama FIRES OFF One Last Shot, Bans One Item Most Conservatives Use DAILY


As Obama left the White House, he just could not resist one final parting shot at American gun owners. In his one last final attack on the 2nd Amendment, the Obama regime moved to ban all traditional ammunition on all federal grounds and waterways.  In what is known as the Fish and Wildlife Service ban, the regime claims that it is aimed at protecting birds, fish, and other animals from lead poisoning. It is currently set to begin now and with the full effect to cover all federal lands set for the year 2022 unless revised.

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The ban includes all lead ammunition or what many people use as “practice rounds” and common fishing tackle. This move came as a complete surprise to state agencies working with the Fish and Wildlife Service to study the impact of lead bullets and weights.  Many viewed this ban as a direct attack on people that enjoy the outdoors hunters, anglers, and life in rural America and they were quick to condemn it as such.


It is well within the scope of power for the incoming Trump administration to repeal this idiotic ban and many Americans are already asking that they do so.  The National Rifle Association’s lobbyists are predicting the ban will be “short-lived.”

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The NRA issued a statement –


Like so much of what Barack Obama claimed as ‘accomplishments,’ it will hopefully amount to little more than a symbolic act of defiance by a president with little of substance to show for his eight years in office.”

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Lawrence Keane, senior vice president and general counsel of the National Shooting Sports Foundation stated –

This directive is irresponsible and driven not out of sound science but unchecked politics. The timing alone is suspect. This directive was published without dialogue with industry, sportsmen and conservationists. The next director should immediately rescind this, and instead create policy based upon scientific evidence of population impacts with regard to the use of traditional ammunition.”


In a statement from Fish and Wildlife Association President Nick Wiley, it states –

“This action flies squarely in the face of a long and constructive tradition of states working in partnership with the service to effectively manage fish and wildlife resources. The Association views this Order as a breach of trust and deeply disappointing given that it was a complete surprise and there was no current dialogue or input from state fish and wildlife agencies prior to issuance. It does a disservice to hunters and anglers, the firearms and angling industries, and the many professionals on staff with the USFWS who desire a trusting and transparent relationship with their state partners. This is unacceptable federal overreach into the states’ authority to regulate the methods of take for sport fish as well as complete disregard for the states’ concurrent jurisdiction with the Service for the management of migratory birds. Further, the economic impacts of this action, which likely will be felt most by rural Americans, is likely to be hundreds of millions of dollars.”

h/t – Washington Examiner

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