Skip to comments.More than 32K rounds of ammo seized at home
Posted on 06/12/2012 2:48:53 PM PDT by marktwain
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Not only that, but it has to either have the pewter Mayan Calendar grips, or the mother of pearl bull’s head with ruby eyes.
Didn't see anything in .45-70.
Next time, don’t put it all in the bow.
My guess is forfeiture law, if you want to call it that. They simply state that they believe that the thing (house, car, cash, ammo) was obtained with drug money, and seize it. Then the owner has to prove that they obtained it legally, or the state keeps it.
A lot of departments fund quite a bit of their activities with that scam.
Hmmm, in Idaho we call that much ammo a start.
Was this house owned by Eric Holder?
Just want to know Where and When the Government Auction will be held.
FReeper “Labgrade” died in a home fire when firefighters refused to intervene because of ammo stored therein.
The old guy who taught me gunsmithing was a real artist. He
built muzzle loaders and they were beautiful. He was an elder
in our church and when one of the kids was sick he'd go see
them and tell them stories. He would take some of his
carving tools with him and carve one of the characters from
the story and leave it with the kid. I still have mine. Just
one of your typical hate filled Bible thumping right wing
VERY nice! Why the flat trigger?
That’s the way Doug Koenig specified his custom build, and I thought I’d get another 1911 with that trigger configuration.
That's just a warning burst on this....
All I got is some 10mm kurtz.
It is absolute discrimination, no where in all of that collection pup pistols is any mention of 44 Special. It is without a doubt one of the finest guns around, and no mention of ammo for it. They should be banned from posting.
I won't argue that point. A friend of mine (fellow ex-cop) had a 2 1/2" Charter Arms Bulldog that he seldom used, even after I got him some good grips. I begged him to sell it to me, or trade for one of my 1911s, but to no avail. He died last year, and his widow sold it with a storage shed full of other stuff within a month -- broke my heart!
“It is not illegal to store ammunition in your home.”
You may wish to check the city ordinances.
As I have mentioned on other threads, I have been around here for awhile and IMHO Freepers are some of the poorest boatmen around. You guys may be able to shoot, but I wouldn’t trust you to ride alongside me in a ferry!
I can’t really talk though, I lose about 2K rounds of ammo every month, and at least two or three guns a year in boating accidents.
Thank goodness my wife doesn’t know ;)
AFAIK, it is not illegal to store ammunition in a home in Arizona, and Arizona has a very strong state preemption law.
Two bricks of 22s make 1K rounds. That is 64 bricks of 22LR.
Yes I know that 7.62 (prolly x39) are bigger but just sayin’