I have alot more problems with a recently-released felon with a box-cutter, or a radical Muslim with a knife, than I do a doctor with a nice collection of transferable machineguns.
Methinks that the grenades (if they can PROVE they were his (by fingerprints, etc), are gonna send him away for a few years unless his FFL is Type 10, or he has a Destructive Device license.
I say put me and some bang_list members on that jury!
They raided a licensed federal firearms dealer and found -- guns!
“500,000 rounds of ammunition”
Okay thats when I would say I have “enough” ammo for my personal use...
Sonds like a bad Mann to me.
What good is an M203/M79 without some 40 mm rounds?
Is the launcher an arm? If so then he has the right to keep and bear it.
The medical business is getting tough.
Remember our recent discussion?
This may be a thread worth watching.
You already know my prediction.
Granades are great for hunting herdss of wild deer or boars.
You fire into the middle of the herd and kill several at one time.
“Inside the container, Oliver said, were 98 live grenades and one practice grenade, all designed to be fired from a gun and considered instruments of war with no social purpose.
Weapons have a great “social” purpose.
The big problem here is that I don’t believe a single word spoken by an agent of the BATFAG.
This story is easily dismissed as full of lies, because the reporter used the testimony of a BATF official.
Anyone who think the BATF is anything other than an out of control government agency is seriously deluded.
You never know when you will need a blooker for something
WACO II. Legal inventory raided with no good reason.
Still, the good doctor hasn’t been shot and his house hasn’t been burnt down. America’s socialism-compliance forces have obviously mellowed.
Of all the things they seized, what is the evidence proving guilt in each case? Is possession of cash a crime? Can they prove he obtained it illegally? Even if he were a “felon in possession of a firearm,” on what basis can they take his cash?
Hmmm lets see. His problems started after 9/11.
He lives 1/2 mile from a nuclear plant.
His father is an officer in the Indian Army who has crossed the border hundreds of times. He has Federal Firearms licenses to possess the firearms, so what is the uncertainty?
All sounds like circumstantial evidence.
Beware of meter readers pissing deep in the woods.
How does the BATF have anything to do with prescription drug investigations, which appears to be the initial complaint against a DOCTOR?
So whats the REAL story behind the raid? A tip from his wife?
No other precipitating crime. No victim other than an unConstitutional law itself.
Alke Seltzer and 2-liter soda bottles could be considered "grenades" by the BATFE. As are practice grenades, smoke bombs, etc... Just because the BATFE tells a reporter "grenade", doesn't mean the po-bucker in question was running around with a backpack full of M67's.
Every gun article is written by some ditz reporterette (I swear its a union rule). So I don't believe a word as every scary looking rifle is an AK-47. Every handgun will have a 'High Capacity' clip (arrrrgh!). And the 'bad guy' will have enough ammunition to overthrow Botswana.
I've even seen this on FoxNews. One of the afternoon info babes reported a rifle in a crime as an 'AK-47', it was actually a shotgun. This 'AK-47 error' kept being reported, even after the LEO in charge gave a live interview on FOX, stating it was a shotgun used.
These reporterettes should stick to stuff they know, like Dress Fashions, Shoes and Cake Recipes.
Note the plural - water meter readers - went into the wooded area to urinate. Sounds suspicious to me. Did they hold each other's 'units' while doing so? How far into the 'woods' did they trespass? Did they have a permit for tandem urinating? So many unanswered questions, so little information...
The BATFE should not exist. What part of the 2nd amendment is so hard for people to comprehend?
Like Stuart on MAD YV, "Look what WE can do!".
Good thing this guy is of Indian descent.
If he were a Christian gun owner, they would have conducted a full-on military assault, eventually resulting in the incineration of Mann, women, children, and pets in his family.
Most of the Americans I've met that happen to be of Indian descent, are outstanding citizens.
I think this guy is likely as well, and is just being rail-roaded for the "grandstanding" purposes of federal "law" (read that, unlawful) enforcement.
The JBTs are emboldened by their left-wing, anti-gun, anti-2nd Amendment, decidedly UN-AMERICAN masters in congress, and appear to be on the march against us law-abiding citizens.