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Very cool and thanks- just watched the entire video. Surprised I did not know about this guy.
I like how he doesnt like driving his 11.5' tank through his 12' garage door..that's a problem id like to have..
It seemed to me he had alot of live DD. I wana say none of those are live..storage requirements and live grenades just laying around is just bad practice.
that said id be careful handling anything in there..
From what I read in the ARFCOM thread, he doesn't even have a fire suppression system on the premises.
I couldn't imagine that any insurance agency would even think about covering him even if he did.
Dynamite and ordinance from the 40's, how stable can that shit be?
This guy invent Velcro or something?
Got be Millions of dollars of items there
I doubt the dynamite is real...and im sure there is plenty of inert and training aids..but
somehow i doubt that guy doesnt have live grenades and claymores.. with all the crate and shit he's bought over the years i bet he has some good finds.
I'm sure there's plenty of people, on here and elsewhere, that wouldn't shed a tear if Maura's head popped over it... I just hope someone is there to video the event.
I agree that some of his claims seem highly questionable (every now and then, you can see that some of the stuff has blue
markings, or was painted blue at one time), but even if deactivated, or training devices, there's still a lot of shit that must
be next to impossible to find, and when his people do find something, the paperwork involved and cost to ship it here is mind boggling.
He's either single, or has the most understanding wife, ever.
My wife loses her shixt if I buy more than one box of ammo in a month.
You can see the blue on the spoons on some hand grenades. They are just decorative. It's not really legal to have them. I also agree about the dynamite.