GUN Vector snitches on its customers

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  1. TL1000RSquid

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    Police seize 3 dozen firearms from Rutherford home
    by Rick Hepp/The Star-Ledger
    Tuesday March 25, 2008, 5:15 PM
    http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2008/03/police_seize_3_dozen_firearms.html
    Authorities today seized 35 firearms, including several Russian-made assault rifles, from the home a Bergen County man suspected of illegally altering the weapons to make them fully automatic.

    Joseph Leone of Rutherford was charged with possessing and manufacturing assault weapons and machine guns, said Lt. Gerald Lewis, a State Police spokesman. Leone was being held in the Bergen County Jail in Hackensack in lieu of $50,000 bail.

    Police began investigating Leone after he ordered parts for an Uzi sub-machine gun from a Utah weapons manufacturer, said Detective Sgt. Tom Ryan, assigned to the State Police's street gang unit. The manufacturer, Vector Arms, contacted police after receiving the order
    and troopers interviewed Leone when he picked up the parts in New Jersey.

    Ryan said Leone "is an avid gun collector" who would purchase guns legally out of state and then illegally modify them when he returned home to New Jersey. When police raided the home yesterday, they found numerous parts and tools on Leone's kitchen table and weapons about the home unsecured.

    The State Police will have its firearms ballistic unit examine the weapons to determine whether they work, although Ryan said it appeared that numerous guns were "fully functional." Police are also looking into Leone's medical and mental history to determine if he is qualified to own the weapons.
     
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    MN or SKS? :big grin:

    All my cutlery is unsecured and fully functional. :(

    :ugh:
     
  3. TL1000RSquid

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    He owned assault rifles obviously he must have some sort of mental issues.
     
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    I hope he got mine off to Fed Ex in time :naughty:
     
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    If he was busted and they found out Vector sold him the parts knowing there was something suspicious about his purchases and didn't report it, THEY would be in deep shit.
     
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    xpinchx hes got a nice cock, on the thin side but its stil

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    wow unsecured and fully functional . . .

    I wonder what the tools and parts they found in the kitchen were, a hammer, a punch and a sear maybe?
     
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    I leave a shotty in my office "unsecured" (no kids). I must be bad :noes:
     
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    Thank god he was arrested before he went on the inevitable murder suicide.
     
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    Fucking Nazi's
     
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    Even if no legal action was brought there would be a firestorm of rhetoric from anti-gun groups spouting about how they colluded and aided a criminal in making "assault" weapons. Outing one crazy who broke the law might not of been the most honorable thing to do, but I wouldn't say it was a bad decision either.
     
  12. TL1000RSquid

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    I don't even see any parts I'd call questionable for someone to order on their site, maybe he bought the open bolt top cover nothing illegal with having that. SBR's are illegal here, should someone I buy a krink kit from turn me in?

    Fuck Vector they're on my list of companies that will never receive another cent from me.
     

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