Bill to eliminate a tax on weapons and ammo dwindles in support.

A plan that would eliminate the excise tax on guns and ammunition has lost five House Republicans as supporters, which indicates that certain pro-gun legislation is losing support in Congress.

For many years, the tax supported the American model of wildlife conservation financially.

Some, like Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-Wis.), claimed that the decision to withdraw occurred after better comprehending the measure.

When a law is portrayed as a positive, Grothman said to HuffPost, "You know, you look at it a little bit deeper and you alter your perspective."

Grothman was one of several people to oppose the Repealing Excise Tax on Unalienable Rights Now Act, often known as the RETURN Act.

Although some people see the tax as beneficial, it has long been referred as as an attack on the Second Amendment, and Clyde even said this when introducing the law.

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