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Were they going to Mexico?

Feds: AK-74 assault rifles stolen from Fort Irwin

3 Responses to “Were they going to Mexico?”

  1. Ron W Says:

    These must be full-auto rifles, presumably captured ones, since that is what is used for the tactic of “assault”…a type made illegal to U.S. citizens since 1934 without an expensive and intrusive federal permit.

  2. Chas Says:

    Markie Marxist sez: “No problem. None of that ‘safe storage’ or ‘loss notification law’ crap applies to US. That’s just for those NRA types. Hopefully our Marxist/warrior/hero/criminals will put those guns to effective use in destroying capitalism and bringing down America, not to mention upping the ‘gun violence’ bodycount that we use to advance our gun ban agenda. It’s too bad we lost these guns; we can’t send them to Mexico now, but maybe they’re already on their way! Ha! Ha!”

  3. Beaumont Says:

    One presumes that there are plenty of M4s,M16A2s, M249s, etc. stored on a US military base. And yet, the thieves made off with a couple of Russki rifles?

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