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  • OldGringo

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    Just read that Collectors on Richmond got jacked. Morons primary lifted .22 cal weapons. Go figure?
     

    benenglish

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    Bashing through the cinder block back wall is exactly the same MO as the burglars used when Collectors had their big break-in 20+ years ago. Interesting.
     

    Jakashh

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    hell if i were a criminal and broke into collectors i'd go for the NFA stuff, suppressors, machine guns, and some high dollar black guns.
     

    benenglish

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    At least do your research first.
    Speaking of doing your research, how do criminals who have presumably NOT had a complete tour of the shop interior know where to bash in the back wall? Do it at random and you're liable to find yourself trying to enter through the back of a gun safe. Yet these guys knew precisely where to start turning blocks into concrete dust just to gain entry.

    I find that very odd. I'm sure there's an adequate reason. I'm just curious what it will turn out to be.
     

    Mreed911

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    Yet these guys knew precisely where to start turning blocks into concrete dust just to gain entry.

    And not hit utilities (water, electric, etc.) inside the walls.

    Years ago, I worked a series of burglaries in mini-storage units where perps got into one unit then cut through walls to get to adjacent units.
     
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