Good grief. In talking about some shady assholes who have been bribing SecServ agents, we find this laughable part:
Second, they were heavily armed:
[F]irearms and ammunition were seized. Specifically, a Glock 19 9mm handgun loaded with 17 rounds of ammunition, including one in the chamber, seven rounds of .308 caliber ammunition, and an ammunition box with over 35 rounds of handgun ammunition…
Law enforcement also seized firearm components typically used with long guns or assault rifles including, among other things: (1) a firearm barrel of an unknown caliber; (2) weapon stock attachments1; (3) foregrips2; (4) pistol grips; (5) a magazine cartridge; and (5) scope(s). In addition, law enforcement recovered a spotting scope, which can be used in a sniper/spotter team.
law enforcement seized a Sig Sauer P229 with five fully loaded magazines, containing a total of 61 rounds.
Lemme see… in my immediate reach as I sit here in my armchair, I have a 1911 with one loaded mag in the gun, one round in the pipe and another three mags next to it (33 rounds), and a S&W 637 with a loaded cylinder and two speedloaders (15 rounds).
Five steps away in one direction will get me to a pump shotgun (5 rounds) and an AK-47 (60 rounds in three mags), as well as to a loaded Browning High Power and four spare mags (46 rounds). Don’t ask what happens if I manage to open Safe #1.
Five steps in the other direction (I live in a small apartment) is a little less promising, with only a loaded S&W .357 Mag revolver (Ye Olde Beddesyde Gunne) with four speedloaders (30 rounds total).
And by the way: seven whole rounds of .308 Win, and three dozen handgun rounds in an ammo can? My God, it’s… an arsenal!
Which leads me to the contents of Ye Olde Ammoe Locquere, which are nunya, but I can assure you that it contains a little bit more than three dozen rounds. (Even after Doc Russia and Mr. Free Market tried manfully to deplete my supplies a couple weeks back…)
Finally, I have more gun-related stuff in any one of my “Gun Junk” trunks than these mopes have. Including spotter scopes, bipods, grips, stocks and rifle scopes. And bayonets, too.
I don’t own any brass knuckles, because I prefer sap gloves.
Good thing I’m not working for Iran and bribing Secret Service agents, then.