Geesh....how timely....today, in broad daylight, in Arlington Texas (between Ft Worth and Dallas) a gun shop was robbed of handguns and longguns...no descriptions told....last month, Cabella's was robbed of some 40 guns prior to their Opening...although they're hitting the businesses...makes me think about the other thread discussing "advertising" on your vehicle that you might be a gun owner....follow ya back to see where ya live!
There has been recent talk about how the Taliban would rob stores for firearms. Sounds like a coordenated effort by gangs to build up their firepower. But isn't that all illegal?? What will congress say and what new laws will those guys from NY want to pass to prevent such things from happening. On the serious side this could mean either nasty shootouts putting family members in danger or causing the cops more headaches by using such force. We don't to many gun stores here in CA so there is an advantage to gun control(yeah right). :smile:
Recently there have been a couple of gun store robberies. The last one went like this: BG is looking at a couple of handguns on the counter. Phone rings and salesman turns to answer the phone. BG snatches guns and runs outside to running car driven by his accomplice (who probably called the shop), which drives off.
My local gunshop was robbed a few months ago. Early in the morning, right after opening. Four perps took 40 weapons, mostly handguns. Three of the perps were caught within a week, the fourth was caught more recently, and almost all of the missing weapons were recovered.
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