"...the authority of the DOI and the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) to regulate the use of ammunition and fishing tackle based on its lead content would be limited. Components of firearms, ammunition, and sport fishing equipment would be exempted from chemical substances regulations under the Toxic Substances Control Act." Yeah...that's a big problem. Lead's way too toxic to start removing regulations on it, and gun bluer will turn E. coli colonies purple. (True story, I did that in a college-level Biodiversity class. They survived for three weeks in direct sunlight, which was even more ridiculous for a bacteria that thrives inside the body.) This is so clearly not about hunting and gun rights; it's about the environment, which needs as much help as it can get. They also want to take the Grey Wolf off the endangered species list, which should be done by the FWS without Congress forcing their hand. I'm not worried about gun safety regarding hunting on federal lands, I'm concerned about lead and toxic materials entering the ecosystem.