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Man arrested after neighbors report gunshot

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by TBO, Jul 9, 2012.


  1. TBO

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  2. RussP

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    I imagine some things may be changing in his life.
     

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    Rut roh shaggy....defaced serial number.. Looks like a nice stay in the gray bar hotel for him if so.


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  4. redbaron007

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    Oooppps! :wow:

    That mary-jane possession, then a potentially illegal discharge; a possible defaced serial number....I'd say his conceal/carry will no longer be valid! :rofl:


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    Dude, here's your sign.

    This guy's gonna lose his right to carry. He's charged with 3 felony assault charges and felony discharge into a residence. Nevery mind the drug charges. :shakehead:
     
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    i love how when the media reports anything gun related they say "guns and ammo found" like that is a crime in and of itself.
     
  7. Brian Lee

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    Drop those nuts

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    Same with the silencer and the full automatic. Depending on what paperwork he had, they might have been perfectly legal too.

    But of course, anyone who plays with his guns when he's drunk and shoots into a the neighbors apartment, deserves anything the cops can throw at him IMO. Sounds like he needed to loose his gun rights anyway.
     
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    Maybe it's just me but it seems if one is going to crank some rounds off inside an apartment, one ought to use his suppressor and not blast the sprinkler...:whistling:
     
  9. RussP

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    From the article:
     
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    A 4.10 caliber? :wow:
     
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  11. RussP

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    Taurus Judge - .410 gauge bore...their . slipped.
     
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    His apartment is going to get a lot smaller, but free.
     
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    He should have used some of his money to live in a house instead of an apartment. Then shooting through your ceiling may damage the roof a bit, but that's probably all. As most of you know, full automatics cost a pretty penny, so this guy wasn't broke.

    But really, safety safety safety. Don't play with loaded guns. Keep your finger off the trigger, etc...
     
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    I couldn't find a Judge or Governer in the picture. I'm guessing the handgun used is to the right of the Ruger at the bottom of the picture.
     
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    410 is actually the caliber not gauge. More commonly referred to as .410 bore. There is no 410 gauge.


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    guns and booze/maryj don't mix
     
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    Very least, he's losing his ccw permit plus some fines. Hopefully he has a signed transfer receipt for the one with the missing serial number.
     
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    Did you catch this?
    A virtual hand cannon. Shoots boollits [sic] that are 4.1 inches in diameter.....:upeyes:
     
  20. jdavionic

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    and how is this relevant to "carry issues"?