Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Mind the sword, mind the people watch, mind the enemy...too many mind. No mind.
Tam some few years ago i was working for a short time at the Tank Museum at Bovington in the UK i was sorting out all the miss labeling in the Firearm Collection and reporting back on condition etc and were they working or deactssome very nice pieces anyway i was only there a short while,last year i was talking to my old boss there and found out that ever piece had been Deacted,sheer bloody Vandalism and made the Collection Worthless.
ajdshootist - hearing stories like that just makes me want to cry. . . I am a WWII history nut and a gun nut so it hurts twice as much I think. . .= (no respect for history any more
An amazing world, where they take the pistol from a Korea vet who is a former cop, and consider that equal to taking guns "off of the streets." The guns they took never saw a street.
"Bayside Buyback Boneheads Brainwash Bluehair..... Beautiful Bulletlaunchers Burned By Beatniks"Bastards.......
I always liked the deodand concept. C. S. Forester has a good story in his collection, "The Nightmare", about Nazis, called "The Deodand".
And for those who can't figure it out, the POLICE SPOKESMAN suggests-"No statistics are available to show a link between gun buybacks and violent crime. Illegal guns are available for as little as $50, and there's nothing to stop an enterprising criminal from surrendering a $50 handgun and using the $250 to buy five more," Joshi said.I can see it now, in the San Francisco P. D. armorer's room- "Hey, Sarge- you know all those old beater Model 10s that Glock only offered us a $50 credit for? Oakland's paying $250..."(Courtesy of Officer Morrison)
Destroying that korea war service weapon was so wrong on so many levels...And the whole "buyback" gun amnesty thing also equals destruction of a lot of evidence.If I lived there though, I'd buy out all the cheapo guns I could and hand them in... then I'd use the profit to buy myself some real quality guns instead.
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