I believe, once again, Krajenka has misinterpreted his role as a LEO.
Looks like he misinterpreted state law, the same way he misinterpreted the judge's order to "account for" a bunch of handguns.
I'm afraid this loose canon is his own worst enemy. [thinking]
If the firearms were legally transferred to MFL - they would technically have to run a BC/4473 on the guy anyway before returning possesion to the owner. If he's under a DV case - they couldn't return it.
The judge simply wanted them "accounted for" - not seized. IMHO Jim...
Grandfathers generally have the coolest stuff. My grand-dad had one of the early production Winchester Carbine M94's and I loved shooting that thing - it would hit a bottle cap at 50 yards.
Jose/Brian - Thanks for the info and clarification, that's kind of what I thought. I'm assuming that if the total non-DR competitor count is low, say 4 instaed of 45, that the "top guy" doesn't necessarily get all of the points. Regardless, it looks like accumulating enought points...
LEO for DR?
In going over the NRA rules several times - I see no requirement for LEO to be issued an NRA-DR. My only other questions is whether or not the match has to be specifically identified as "DE" - or can you shoot the national match course in any NRA sanctioned event and count that...