A PA sheriff’s office has lost 185 firearms. Of that total, 76 of them are lost police service weapons. The other 109 of them are weapons that were confiscated and not returned. I wonder what the odds are that they are sitting in some cop’s house. If an FFL holder lost 185 firearms, would they still have an FFL?

We all know the answer to that.

Categories: CopsGuns


Joe Blow · September 25, 2023 at 5:26 am

If you expect better out of the Keystone Kops, you’re not paying attention, lol.
And honestly, at this point, theres enough ‘ammunition’to tell any attempt at confiscation to go pound sand – find your own damned guns first, before you ask where mine are. Fuck off!

TheLastOfTheAmericans · September 25, 2023 at 5:42 am

“A total of 185 firearms remain unaccounted for by the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office, the city controller says.”

What are the qualifications (and by that I mean basic intelligence qualifications and general common sense qualifications) to become a deputy in Philly? What is the base pay rate?

We know the answer. https://www.rochellebilal.com/

dave in pa. · September 25, 2023 at 6:18 am

well, it is in philly. that office has been crooked for so long it not funny. 1960’s at least.
when Rizzo was running the city cops, God help you. really. the cops did no wrong under him.
people got railroaded by them all the time back then, if you lived thru it.
but the sheriff office always had “problems” of one sort or another.
chances are the missing guns where sold in either north philly or west philly.
or they gave them away to “friends”. and don’t even ask where most of the money goes.
they where the kings of overtime there as well.

    Steve · September 25, 2023 at 11:58 am

    @DaveinPA posted what my immediate thought was when reading the post. What are the chances it went to Antifa, BLM, or one of their “friends”, and then “it’s lost”. Note that nothing will happen to anyone in the office.

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