I went to a gun store today in OKC, called H&H to buy a couple box’ s of ammo, three to be exact. Of what is often referred as plinking rounds. Nothing big or major. Before they would show me the ammo, which is behind the counter. I had to give them my first and last name. I asked why and what for. They said so they can get my name and face on the camera with the box of ammo. So that way if a crime was committed police could match the ammo box to the store, and the one who purchased it. They said it has been that way for a year. After my friend grilled them about tracking every bullet individually, I was then able to get my ammo. Believe me I will not go back. Not every store is this way in OKC. But heads up its coming.
You thought perhaps all gun and ammo retailers would uphold your rights and not become government agents absent clear laws?
Perhaps its time for an examination of and questions for your outlets.