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Sadly no, these weren't your garden variety snatch and grabbers...Brainless morons..
Sounds like you need a bigger gun?I had to go through at least 3 ****ing checkpoints with Ian to get in the floor to pick up our guns, pat down and wand too. I was in uniform! I asked the guy if he really needed the wand to find my gun, he should look for a new line of work. He couldn't stop laughing.
Probably a lot less than you or I will pay. I don't see a street thug or petty thief saving up $600 to buy a Glock he's going to toss as soon as he shoots someone with it.
They were caught selling the guns out of there trunk in New Haven CT.
I want to know if they are going to require a FA-10 or if it counts against 4/yr transfer limit?
You mean "thousands of guns"$20 says these two serve more time then those involved in the "Fast and furious" government F-up that let hundreds of guns make their way to cartel hands.
- - - Updated - - -Probably a lot less than you or I will pay. I don't see a street thug or petty thief saving up $600 to buy a Glock he's going to toss as soon as he shoots someone with it.
If people are turning in 1911's and S&W revolvers to the police for $75(see the buy back thread), then the average person clearly has no idea what a firearm is worth.
Every read the "Friends of Eddie Coyle"? Not the movie, which was OK, but the original book by George V. Higgins.Several years ago, someone at the Colt factory in Hartford figured out a gap in the way they processed their 1911s. The frames were finished, but had not yet been serialized. The thief got several out the door. I don't remember how or why he was caught.