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  • sb47

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    I am writing to my State legislators and asking them to change the Penal code to where theft of a firearm is an enhanced crime.
    I think there is a law that raises the punishment if a gun was used during a felony. They did kick the door in with guns pointed as they entered the house. I have it on video.
     

    cycleguy2300

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    I am writing to my State legislators and asking them to change the Penal code to where theft of a firearm is an enhanced crime.
    TXPC 31.03(e)(4)

    Theft of a firearm is a State Jail Felony... it already is enhanced from the "value based" charge schedule in most cases (unless your firearm is valued between $2500 and $30000)



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    sb47

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    Given their ages, I wouldn't expect a lot of justice being served. May be wrong, but the courts tend to be leniant with youngsters.
    Last I checked they have down graded all charges except burglary. There was at least 10 felony charges they could have prosecuted them for, but our leftist DA dropped all but one charge. I kinda knew that was going to happen. For legal reasons I can't say what I think about those little scum bag's. I'm going to plead the 5th on that one.
     

    leVieux

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    How would one identify your rifle. Did your father add any identifying marks? Back in the 60's, we were instructed to engrave or scratch our SS numbers on anything valuable like guns and TV sets, power tools, etc..
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    How would one identify your rifle. Did your father add any identifying marks? Back in the 60's, we were instructed to engrave or scratch our SS numbers on anything valuable like guns and TV sets, power tools, etc..
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    A story, a TRUE story.

    Way back in the mid-1970’s, after my “gun burglars” ordeal, the CCPD Police “property guy” asked me to ID my recovered JP Sauer doublegun. I replied that I thought my TDL # was under the fore-end.

    Guy said he looked, but no.

    i went down to PD & pulled the fore-end, and there, engraved was my NAME & ADDRESS !

    ”ERR, Officer, isn’t this sufficient “ID” ?

    One just can’t make this stuff up !

    leVieux
     
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