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Guest WILM Native
(not verified) on Fri, 09/25/2009 - 12:57am.
Of those 150 weapons that we destroyed there were several that were stolen from my family home. Not a one of them were 'assault weapons' but were artifacts from the the late 1800's. Two were even documented as insured inventory of an estate and linked to the linked to the American Revolution as firearms used in the fight against the British in the fight for freedom by Layfette. That 'priceless' commercial keeps flashing in my mind. The meaning of 'insured' stops when the item is used to perpetrate a crime, such as the possession of a firearm by a felon. He didn't even know what he had, just something cool out of an old war movie clip. I lost, history lost, and the police department got a little credit in the news. Since when has a flint lock been used in a drive by shooting in this city? Destroyed because I could not produce a serial number for two guns that were made before people started thinking that the/some numbers might be important one day. Put that up on your mantle and smoke it, mine got stolen and NOT returned for crack. Glad that new fancy helicopter has more gas because some dumb police officer destroyed a gun that he didn't know the value he was looking at. Tsk, Tsk...
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