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    Default Weapons Cache Discovered In WA Storage Locker


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    Default Re: Weapons Cache Discovered In WA Storage Locker

    I need to start bidding on these unpaid storage locker auctions, in these bad financial times you never know what you might find.

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    How can a human be so stupid. I wonder what their definition of "machine guns" is. It looked like some AK's and such.

    The explosives are a bit disturbing! At least you know that there wasn't a terrorist connection. They would have made sure the bill was paid........

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    Default Re: Weapons Cache Discovered In WA Storage Locker

    Quote Originally Posted by d90king View Post
    I wonder what their definition of "machine guns" is.
    Given that this guy had grenades, C4, and RPG's I'm going to guess they really were automatic weapons and not just semi-automatic look alikes.

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    Default Re: Weapons Cache Discovered In WA Storage Locker

    What I need to know is does the guy who bought the storage get to keep that stuff after the investigation if he buys the legal documents?

    I hope the guy realizes that those weapons are actually a gold mine.

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    Default Re: Weapons Cache Discovered In WA Storage Locker

    Quote Originally Posted by Willtallica View Post
    What I need to know is does the guy who bought the storage get to keep that stuff after the investigation if he buys the legal documents?

    I hope the guy realizes that those weapons are actually a gold mine.
    I would say NO! Even if he got docs, tax stamps etc in order I don't believe he could take ownership.

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    Default Re: Weapons Cache Discovered In WA Storage Locker

    Quote Originally Posted by d90king View Post
    I would say NO! Even if he got docs, tax stamps etc in order I don't believe he could take ownership.
    He should be allowed if he obtained the proper paperwork. But i doubt it will actually happen.

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    Default Re: Weapons Cache Discovered In WA Storage Locker

    There are some more weapons that are most likely going to be destroyed.

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    Default Re: Weapons Cache Discovered In WA Storage Locker

    The NFA stuff is contraband and will NOT be able to be transferred. Come on people.

    The other (non-NFA) stuff may or may not be "evidence" in the case of the former owner. But hopefully not. Should be the new owners without issue save for WA transfer laws on title-1 firearms...
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    Default Re: Weapons Cache Discovered In WA Storage Locker

    At least this is a real weapons cache unlike the one in NYC a few months back that was a handgun and a shotgun. Makes you wonder how this guy acquired all that stuff but couldn't pay the rent on the storage unit. I wonder how many of those "machine guns" were actually full-auto. Although C4 is C4. That guy probably should have been living in a bunker in Montana.

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