How to donate an expensive firearm to a police Dept

Roper

Idiot Savant
#2
"...which he now says he intended as an illustration of the need for more stringent gun laws."

What bullshit, how does this illustrate anything? If anyone still thinks there isn't a distinct upper class that thinks they need to tell us lowlifes how to live, they're deaf, dumb, and blind, living in a cave.
 

Jim Ficklin

Genuine Montana Fossil
#8
Need we wonder why...?
Couldn't be the old "double standard" of the well-off & famous, could it? The man's either a prevaricator or a hypocrite . . . since they admit to "owning a few handguns," his claimed purpose for making the straw purchase was to learn first-hand how easy it was to legally purchase an AR sounds a bit hollow having been there before . . . the old "hand in the cookie jar" defensive posture . . .
 

Upton O

Blind hog fisherman
#9
I think I would have offered to buy the rifle (or pistol) from him. If he sold it to me, I would ask him why he didn't require that I have a concealed weapons permit at the time of transfer? I'd never sell or give a firearm to anyone who didn't have a CWP unless they were family with no criminal or behavioral problem history.

When are folks going to get it into their heads that it is about behavior and not about firearms? Just makes me nuts.
 

Vladimir Steblina

Retired Forester...now fishing instead of working
#10
With all the focus on gun control in the media you would think this would be front page news...nothing, not a peep. Need we wonder why...?
It is front page news here in Arizona. Literally, on the front page past couple of days. And the papers here maker the old PI look conservative!