The Colorado movie theatre massacre is leading some federal lawmakers to draft bills which limit access to ammunition. One bill prevents you from buying bulk ammunition online and in the mail. The proposed bill would require a photo ID for any ammunition purchases; completely ruling out online and mail sales. Dealers would also have to report a sale of more than 1,000 rounds which local dealers say isn't an unusual amount. Our television partner, 10/11 NEWS found dealers in Lincoln who feel this would infringe on your rights. Travis Frerking of Frerking Custom Works says there are a lot of people, on a long weekend of target shooting or predator shooting, who could easily burn up to 1,000 rounds. The bill as is has some loop holes. It wouldn't prevent a person from stocking up at multiple stores in one day.