A few other points are missed here. If you buy online, you not only have to provide your credit card info that matches your mailing address, but most, if not all, online stores also require a state-issued form of ID.
This is actually more than 1000 rounds of ammo. It’s 1100 rounds (measured by weight, so give or take), with Lego Indiana Jones, a horse, and shag carpeting for size comparison (and I have the Legos as far back from the front of the box so with camera tricks it looks as “big” as possible…until you remember how little a Lego is or look down at the carpet):
And people want to make that “an arsenal”?
Why need 1100 rounds? Buying in bulk, like the video mentioned, saves money. If I were to buy 11 boxes of 50 rounds, I’d be paying a lot more for packaging and individual costs, retailer markup due to the retailer having to deal with 11 pieces of inventory instead of 1, and so on. Why need 1100 rounds? If you go plinking for a day with a .22, you can easily burn through all that ammo in an afternoon.
Why need 1100 rounds of centerfire ammo? Same reason.
I’ve mentioned much of this before, but I’ll also address something else the video said about there being no tracking on ammo at stores. To the leftist, this doesn’t mean “oh, online ammo is okay”, it means “store sold ammo is evil”. They want that banned, too.
Criminals will always violate the law. Criminals will always find people with clean records (straw purchasers) to make gun or ammo buys for them. The ATF and FBI have even enabled illegal straw purchases of guns and ammunition in order to support Mexican narcoterrorist cartels so the ATF could blame American gun owners for Mexican crime.
Tracking gun and ammo sales, imposing high taxes, cutting off ammo supplies to rural areas by banning ammo sales – all of these are tools to deny people their rights. Imagine that if, in order to buy a computer or a printer, your purchase was tracked, higher taxes were imposed, and buying a computer online was made illegal. This would make buying a computer and printer and being able to exercise your First Amendment rights that much harder to do. In regular old economics, we’re talking about the government establishing a barrier to entry for you as a citizen in order to stop you from exercising your rights.
All it really does is make it harder for the person of limited means to afford to exercise their Second Amendment rights. It makes them more dependent on government, rather than less. It hurts folks in rural areas a lot, as they’re cut off or subjected to gouging local monopolies. It stymies American gun culture through regulation – which is the leftist/progressive point, all of which enables tyranny – at the individual level oppressed by criminals or madmen, and at the national level oppressed by government and madmen.