One look at an AR-15 and armed crooks unass apartment…

Yeah, in New York. The legislature and governor prefer these men dead.

Police say they bad guys had BB guns… of course they say that.

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10 Responses to One look at an AR-15 and armed crooks unass apartment…

  1. Slaphappypap says:

    They’ve arrested no one yet, they say it was a BB gun. They’ve must have dusted for prints off the weapon ditched in the yard?

    Never the whole story.

  2. AW Mens says:

    The BB gun story is interesting. Isn’t law enforcement trained to treat any “gun” as a credible threat to their lives as used in the context described here ? Said differently….my guess is law enforcement would have given clear warning to drop the weapon (BB gun, squirt gun, or carved soap gun covered in black shoe polish) and VERY shortly after that used deadly force if not immediately and clearly complied with. Law enforcement (I don’t think) has a step that requires them to identify the type of gun being pointed at them. Even if they were BB guns it’s irrelevant.

    • R.D. Walker says:

      Good point. Go aim a BB gun at a cop. Your dying words will be, “but it was only a BB gun.”

      • Testa Sterone says:

        Exactly right RD! And just how in hell would police officers know the perps had “BB guns” when they weren’t there and haven’t seen or even arrested anybody yet??? Must be Mayor Bloominidiots gun controls at work that criminals must now only carry “BB guns”!?!?!

  3. Rich says:

    “Being a good gun owner, yuh know, everything was locked.”

    And when Raymond’s moment came to confront evil – his gun was just barely unlocked and not loaded. I.E., useless, other than as a club.

    Fortunately the evil doer was a coward, as just the sight of an unloaded gun scared him away. If, however, he had known that Raymond’s wicked AR-15 military style assault weapon was not loaded things probably would have ended differently. Raymond and his friend would likely be either dead or in the hospital.

    Locked and unloaded guns are simply stupid and evil – evil in that the protective power of a gun is neuterd when unloaded and persons that might have otherwise been protected are not. You might as well have a stunning collection of cars with nary a drop of gas. All potential. No action.

  4. notamobster says:

    My guns are unloaded. I have firearms in various places around my house. The ammo is staged next to them. I practice loading them quick-fast. Some of my guns are unstaged, so they just stay in a single collection point with their ammo.

  5. RJ says:

    I believe a unloaded gun is a club, that said if I had a very youngun I might rethink that and go as Nota says mag along side. As it is everyone who comes to my house knows there are guns everywhere and they are all loaded. When anyone with a kid comes over I move them all to a locked room, I am so unsocial that rarely has to happen.

    • notamobster says:

      common sight

      This is my sun room. I have had a rather large deposit of ammunition in this room, along with several more rifles. The shelf is was about 6′ 6″ or so above the floor. That is a Winchester Super X1 w/00 buck mounted behind it. The case is open and the shotgun partially exposed like that, at all times in the picture. The shelf extends around the room. The shelf in my bedroom closet secrets used to hold a GSG5 with two 22rd magazines. It has spare blankets over it, but I can could find, load, and be ready to rock in total darkness, back when I had guns.