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Old 07-23-2015, 16:37   #1
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Gun find from Pacific Palisades

Now my guess is he was an FFL, and they are just leaving that out for sensationalism. Quite the collection. Note the bottom pic with all the damaged guns too - interesting.

Weapons Cache found in Pacific Palisades Ca : theBRIGADE
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Old 07-23-2015, 18:32   #2
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Cool This is getting stranger by the day!

Some things really OFF with this story, I site two examples below.

"the man was known only as “Bob” in the neighborhood and described him as a gun fanatic who claimed to have worked covertly for the government. Police have said the man did not do such work for the government"

That THEY know of...

His fiancée, the lawyer said, wasn’t sure what to do with the body and left it in a vehicle on Palisades Drive while she headed to Oregon.( Some Wife she would have made, the dude dies and she leaves him dead in a parking lot to go to Oregon, WTH?) Braun said his client believed that a government agency that the man had claimed to work for would come to collect him., Well they DID come and collect them.

Maybe the dude was supplying untraceable guns to the Feds so they could in turn send them down to Mexico, I hear the Government has actually been caught doing this in the past...
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Yea, its called Fast and Furious, and we aint talkin about the movie!
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I actually knew the guy when I was managing gun stores in L.A.---his name was Jeff, I'm not going to stay his last name. He was a frequent visitor to gun stores in L.A.---he hinted around that he was connected to various govt. agencies---he drove a giant Hummer (the orig. kind, not the soccer mom's version)---he knew a great deal about guns and had a massive collection---I don't know where he got his money from---interesting guy to talk to...
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Did you know this story was about to come out?
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just left of center in the pile of rifles is the distinct shape of a laminate-stock Mini, just atop the camo stock rifle.
dern bunch of leftists, there's familys everywhere and worldwide that would be glad to have a weapon and ammo to protect themselves.
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