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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by kirkcdl, May 28, 2015.
That's an expensive rifle. $4,000? Is it yours?
I was thinking good on KVAL for posting it as stolen! Then I started wondering how come all cars and other expensive stolen items aren't on the news everyday?
Then I started thinking they must feel it's scary that this is out there and we need more laws against these rifles, who is allowed to have them and what kind of mandatory storage rules should be imposed.
In other words we are being buttered up for the next gun Bill
No,it's not mine,but I think KVAL is doing a good thing,try not to overthink it...It's probably a better bet that it was owned by either a member of KVAL management,or a Eugene PD officer...You know access is everything these days...
In car terms, i think it would be like someone stealling a $80,000 tesla. Or something else exotic.
Don't worry! The thief has to register the rifle just as though it was purchased new from a dealer.
Whom ever owns this firearm has nothing to worry about all felons register there stolen guns.
This needs to be moved to Someplace?
Practically guaranteed to be owned by an agency or LEO who left it on top of his patrol car and then drove off. We're obviously not getting the whole story here, but the likelihood that this is just some random stolen firearm is very low.
That's not even the actual firearm. That photo was 'borrowed' from this link:
This has the stink of a 'cop drop' all over it, just like this one in Salem:
Oh c'mon! I leave my RPG's, and Ma Dueces laying around ALL the time. Kinda like looking for your reading glasses for 20 mintutes only to find them on top of my head.
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