Forty guns were stolen from a gun store after the thieves exploited the “murder the owners and steal everything” loophole. As the wheels continue to fall off, be more careful about those who may know what you have. People who have read this post: 491 Categories: Uncategorized 5 Comments Jonathan · April 9, 2022 at 7:35 pm Plan to take hits and be able to afford them; it’s unlikely you’ll be able to entirely avoid getting attacked at some point – this means strong doors with defense in depth, family plans, splitting your assets to multiple places or caches, being able to respond to attacks (depending on local law, that response may need to be hidden or creative), etc. And don’t forget that Prep Club is like Fight Club – the first rule is that you don’t talk about it! Loose Lips Sink Ships · April 9, 2022 at 8:27 pm Will there be a Helter Skelter event this summer as part of the Long March to take down America that was first started by the REDS back in 1922? Deep State Productions and Omni Consumer Products are on it. Locally there are some rural gunshops that have been broken into and knew a heathen from school who came in through the roof at a shop on the east side of town and escaped with a tote of guns. Off Topic Alert · April 10, 2022 at 1:34 am Reports of China landing elite paratroopers in Serbia. Four Y-20 transport planes with radar zig zag moves and ID numbers given. Source could be alphabet soup, so not sure. Skyler the Weird · April 10, 2022 at 6:33 am I though the Serbs were supporting the Ukuleles? They voted to kick Russia off the U.N. human rights commission. TRX · April 10, 2022 at 10:20 am The ‘loophole exploiters’ have tried this at least three times that I’ve heard about, at gun shops in my area. I think one of them survived to make it to court. Even though I live in (what used to be) a low crime area, gun store store employees have always been visibly armed, at least since I first noticed in the mid-1970s. So have at least half of the liquor store employees; it seems to be split whether they’re chain stores (guns bad, with signs on the doors) or independently owned. (bring it on!) I’ve also seen a lot of open-carrying staff at BBQ restaurants, but that might be more of a patriotic or political thing, though I completely understand how even the lowest miscreant might get a sudden, uncontrollable urge for some ‘cue. “If you want the stuff, you go to where the stuff is” seems to be the concept. That some people might not want to give up their stuff doesn’t seem to occur to them. Comments are closed.