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Thread: FIRST ARREST? Connecticut Man Faces Charges For Unregistered “Assault Rifle,” Standar

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    There was a rich business guy that went squirrel hunting in the park in the middle of the the city near here.only 100,000 people. Never did a day of time. Some things...

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    And again welcome back pookie! Always enjoy your site.

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    Not woods in front of the guys house, marsh land. Take one step in their and your up to your neck in muck.
    A bit north is Sikorsky, where they put the final touches on Black Hawk and other large Military choppers. Bit to his east is the Housatonic river. So polluted you could walk on it, but loads of boat traffic about now when the weather gets nice.
    South West his bullet could land in Stratford on Avon. Uppity Blue Blood ground central, some really old New England homes "1600s" and fully developed. Probably all voted for Nappy, so no problems with a bullet landing their.
    Now this guy did not do anything I would not have done, no .22 but a small .410 shotgun would be somewhat o.k.
    Jerk should have put the gun up and washed his hands. L.O.s show up "Hey I don't know nuthin. Damn kids took to the swamp their, go get em. Told those little bastards not to be shootin round here. Take yer damn eye out it will, yessir."
    "Man needs but two things to survive alone in the woods. A blow up female doll and his trusty old AK-47" - Thomas Jefferson 1781


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