Discussion in 'On Topic' started by striker754, Nov 11, 2006.
that's a lot of history, in the wrong hands.
I posted this a while back, but I lost the link.
edit:found it http://18.104.22.168/cmmg_images/tbl_images/Guns/
Looked like those guys were wearing FN shirts, not ATF shirts. Possibly a company owned collection.
At the very least, it's nice to see that stuff on display instead of being destroyed.
I would kill a homless person to get to go see that personally and handle some of those.
The ATF keeps the collection for ballistics analysis if needed.
ugh. bunch of thieves. such a waste.
Have those been rendered useless, or are they extremely well guarded?
To be useful for ballistics testing....
I wonder what kind of security they're under. It has to be pretty well guarded.
His facial expression tells the tale.
who is saving the pics later for some of this
At least they are not destroying them
now i need a location for where these are located.
justin are you thinking the same thing im thinking.
I ahve one iny my house. And cheekpad and flash hider also
gay suicide pact?
gimme my garand is just a regular one
So is mine. My old man found his sniper at a local old guys military shop for $1100 consigned w/o scope or anything
wait... so were all of those confiscated?