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ATF & LAPD Seize 1,000 Guns From Bel Air Manson
This is a discussion on ATF & LAPD Seize 1,000 Guns From Bel Air Manson within the General Talk forums, part of the General Discussion category; Originally Posted by gcharles
So sad...they'll probably be all destroyed, huh?
That will be the media story. The headline will read something like; Illegal Scary ...
That will be the media story. The headline will read something like; Illegal Scary Black and Brown Guns Found in White Guy's Mansion Destroyed
Originally Posted by gcharles
The reality is that certain guns will go to the city council chairman's son in law, others will go to a few top cops and their kin, and yet other guns will find their way into certain political donors safes.
Originally Posted by Slippy
not with the ATF boys involved - no matter what the guy won't be seeing anything returned ...
they got tagged - bar coded - databased >>>> checking the known history of every single gun and box of ammo ...
the only way anything goes unreported is if it's tied to Fast & Furious - there's probably still standing orders dealing with that ...
Last edited by Illini Warrior; 05-09-2019 at 01:42 PM.
Like I said it looks like a private collection. In a different thread on this subject. Look at all of the old S&W's laying there in the pile.
Makes me wonder if the neighbor didn't like his Trump sign in the yard and made a call. Fricken liberals.
"Ammunition Haul" -if you look carefully at it there's some shotgun, reloading projectiles, a bunch of rimfire, 38 special, some rifle...but there's not really a 'haul' of ammunition. Nothing special or illegal from what I can make out. It's a joke. I wonder how they think 1000 firearms, when most of them are common wheel guns and every day rifles are worth millions? Based on the generic ammunition and most of the modern, every day firearms, I don't see how they could come up with that? Of course, the media is probably throwing the verbiage out there "huge cache" "ammunition haul". 1000 guns...that's a decent collector. That little bit of ammunition- that's a rookie!
Doesn't appear that the guns pictured were home made.
So anybody with a Bridgeport a South Bend lathe and a old Eldorado Gundrill is a manufacturer? Crap around here i know dozens of people with home machine shops.
$50,000 bond, charged with illegally loaning or selling. The low bond tells me they ain't got much of a case, or not much of a crime. If he is not guilty I hope he sues the hell out of them for damage to the weapons, which include civil war relics.
"A man convinced against his will, is of the same opinion still."- The wise words of Benjamin Franklin.
Just the way they were piling them was enough to make me angry. Now, you remind me that the commies are going to destroy them!
Originally Posted by gcharles
Even if the guy gets off,he will never see any of those firearms again.cali will make manhole covers out of them.
TOUGH TIMES DONT LAST,TOUGH PEOPLE DO.
What a shame. Some nice collectable firearms there. I see a Luger an a couple K98 Mauser. Plus a bunch of s&Ws and nice Blackhawk. The cops could make a lot of $$ by selling them on gunbroke
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