A routine traffic stop in Hempstead, NY of a car that turned out to be driven by a bail-jumper turned into a police chase on Friday. When officers lit up their lights and siren, Oralus C. Sebea reached over and opened the passenger door and pushed his passenger, an unidentified female, out of the car. He then led cops on a merry chase while tossing a silver revolver out the passenger window along with a box containing “a large amount of ammunition” and a KG-99 handgun (a closed-bolt semi-automatic “assault pistol,” aka the TEC-9.) When he was eventually captured, an “M1 Carbine assault rifle was also found on the drivers’ side floor of the vehicle,” according to newsli.com. I tried to Google “M1 Carbine assault rifle” but Google told me, “Don’t be stupid, there is no such thing.” . . .
Three guns were discovered and seized in three days at Orlando International Airport last week. The first of the three was found in the luggage of Memmalatel Morgan of Sanford, who was on his way to Trinidad. When it was found, Morgan tried to check his gun, a .40-caliber pistol loaded with 15 cartridges, with police so he wouldn’t miss his flight. Police agreed to hold the gun for him, but only as a part of taking him to jail. A 9mm was discovered on Saturday and a .380 on Sunday, bringing the total for the year to 35, ranking second in Florida. All three owners were arrested and booked and face state criminal charges as well as up to $11,000 in federal fines.
Mattv2099 has done a few videos doing a 360 no-scope with a shotgun versus a few different items from stuffed animals to purple drink. However, they’ve all been at pretty close range. In this video, Tacticalnoob42 calls him out with a 360 no-scope shot from what looks like about 35 feet using an FPK Dragunov. Good stuff.
Three teens were arrested for a series of recent car break-ins in Brooklyn, Maryland Sunday morning, when an officer pulled over a vehicle that was acting suspiciously. When he approached he saw various burglary tools as well as “70 boxes of law enforcement use only ammunition in plain view.” The teens admitted to breaking into and stealing the ammunition from a trailer that was later determined to belong to a U.S. Air Marshal. No word on what exactly “law enforcement use only” ammunition consists of.
Joerg Sprave delivers some advice about slingshots and coconuts and classic cars.
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