It would be much easier for bureaucrats to decide that “reloading licenses” would apply to ALL ammunition components, including inert collector cartridges since they are merely primers cases and bullets.
Do not assume that collectors will end up being exempt.
Similarly, EU regulations on firearms have some strange provisions and interpretations. At first they wanted their restrictions to apply to “all guns” including wheel locks and flintlocks in museums being welded to be inoperable, and licenses for any sales between collectors. I think they backed off some on that sort of stuff., but, like in the U.S. none of these 'crime control" laws actually have any impact on criminals.
Therefore it is best to fight all restrictions, not only for the specific category of ammunition or gun we individually like, but the entire universe of guns and ammunition. As an example, here in the U.S. there are moves to outlaw all guns over .50 caliber, mainly intending to target the “evil sniper rifles” in .50 BMG caliber. However, the actual language of the laws often apply to Sharps, Spencer, Winchester and other early cartridge firearms, as well as African dangerous game guns. Worse, if idiots decide that .50 caliber guns are too dangerous, then how long will it be before they are back with the same attacks on .45 caliber guns, then .38, .30 and .22, and finally .17 calibers?
Every gun or ammunition collector must be alert, and ACTIVE in legislative matters. Membership in suitable advocacy groups; money to friendly politicians; volunteers in campaigns; letters to editor; show up for demonstrations or legislative hearings; these are all tools you can use.
Good luck to our friends in Italy with this one, but the battle is not limite to Italy.