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State Police: Traffic stop reveals arsenal of weapons, ammuniti...

There are 68 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Mar 6, 2009, titled State Police: Traffic stop reveals arsenal of weapons, ammuniti.... In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

State Police from the Leominster barrack discovered an arsenal of weapons and ammunition in a Connecticut teenager's truck Thursday morning after pulling him over on Interstate 495 in Bolton for a routine ...

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Duh

Leominster, MA

#65 Mar 10, 2009
sp*** congratulations**

Since: May 08

Ocala, FL

#66 Mar 10, 2009
Oh, really. I'm a tool. Is that because I'm an NRA Certified Pistol Instructor? Is it because I am an NRA Certified Range Safety Officer? Is it because I am a competitive shooter? Is it because I was taking my guns with me to go shooting at ranges in Maine and New Hampshire while I was on vacation? Is it because I am qualified to teach the required class for obtaining a Concealed Weapon License in Florida?

What is it really? Please be specific.
come on

Nonantum, MA

#67 Mar 11, 2009
SCurtis wrote:
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What part of, "His home state does not require him to have a license to own a gun" do you not understand. Mass is one of a VERY small number of states that requires a license to own a firearm.
Can you name any other Constitutional right that requires a license to exercise?
What part of "He was pulled over in Massachusetts" do you not understand?
Hawk

Brooklyn, NY

#69 Mar 11, 2009
SCurtis wrote:
Just for the record, I recently drove from Florida to Maine with the following items:
Semi-Auto Romanian AK w/3 30-round magazines
Bushmaster AR-15 w/3 30-round magazines
XD-40 Service (.40 pistol) w/12 5-round magazines
XD-40 Subcompact (.40 pistol) w/2 9-round magazines
CZ PO-1 (9mm pistol) w/2 14-round magazines
Kahr P9 Covert (9mm pistol) w/2 6-round magazines
200 rounds 9mm ammo
200 rounds .40 ammo
200 rounds 7.62x32 rifle ammo
320 rounds .223 rifle ammo
Surefire Tactical Flashlight
Benchmade Apparition 4.25" tactical folder
A nice selection of competition and concealment holsters.
Every gun was stored unloaded inside a locked case. All of the ammo was in a locked box. Guess what? This was COMPLETELY LEGAL. In fact, I didn't even have to lock up the guns unless I was north of Virginia or south of New Hampshire.
Here is another shocker for you. I carried a loaded gun on my person in Maine, New Hampshire and every state between Florida and Virginia. My Florida Concealed Weapon License is recognized by every one of those states and I also have a non-resident license in Maine.
OMG! A guy travelling with GUNS. Lock him up before someone gets hurt.
Idiots.
I guess you were not crossing over designated travel lines consistantly, trying to load one of them so, where is the comparison?

As for bob the builder, yeah, I have seen the u2oobs of 8-10 year olds reducing old cars to feathers with a gatling gun, very informative andinstructional I must say!

Since: Oct 07

Fitchburg, MA

#71 Mar 12, 2009
Hawk wrote:
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I guess you were not crossing over designated travel lines consistantly, trying to load one of them so, where is the comparison?
As for bob the builder, yeah, I have seen the u2oobs of 8-10 year olds reducing old cars to feathers with a gatling gun, very informative andinstructional I must say!
First of all neither was the kid in the article. What the hell is a "designated travel line"? None of his guns were loaded so I have no idea what you are babbling about.

Machine gun shoots happen all the time. They're a lot of fun. The informative, instructional part comes when the shooting is over and the kids see what kind of damage a gun can really do if misused. When they see how a bullet can go right through both sides of a car it gives them perspective on what they are learning and the power of what they are handling. Kinda like showing a driver's ed class a car that has been completely destroyed in a drunk driving accident.

Hawk at least know something about what you are talking about before attacking those that do.

The level of ignorance and bigotry on display in this thread is staggering.

It's amazing how quickly people are willing to give up essential liberties for the illusion of perceived safety.
laugher88

Willimantic, CT

#72 Mar 29, 2009
Its a small wonder this happened in Massachussetts - where a Kennedy's can get away with murder but decent (albeit naive) gun-owners get shafted. Luke we are behind you.
Florida protects rights

Melbourne Beach, FL

#73 Apr 8, 2009
I think mass police should spent LESS time worrying about legal guns and MORE time doing something about all the ILLEGAL alien residing there.
Tony John

United States

#74 May 4, 2009
Red Neck wrote:
It is a little ambiguous. "On him." Does that mean he was wearing it or possessed it? And, it is not against the law to wear body armor as long as you're not committing a crime like armed robbery. Hell, there are parts of Boston where body armor would seem to be the order of the day for evening dress. He was legal in CT and in ME and under the law can pass through MA. In a pickup with no lockable trunk, put your unloaded long guns in a locked case (transport). Store the ammo separately (locked container preferred). Bob's right I think on those high cap mags--that could be a problem from the possession point of view. The trigger locks are for storage at say your residence in lieu of a lockable container to keep your kids from having access to a functional rifle, shotgun, or handgun. I see no criminal intent for what the kid did, but it will cost him big dinero and hopefully he can get most of the firearms charges dismissed if he gets a judge with his head screwed on straight. Being it's the Communist Commonwealth of Massachusetts it will be a tough row to hoe. I wish him luck.
April 8th,2009 Incidental to a traffic stop, I
looked suspicious,though I did not commit any
traffic violations,incidental to the stop,my
vehicle was thoroughly searched. In the back of the van inside a closed container , a collection
of prohibited knives were found. I was processed
and charged for the firearms that which I was
licensed to carry because the switchblades,(a separate charge) were found. My security board
license was suspended, My trial date was reset
twice, first because I needed to exhaust my efforts to secure counsel without the jobs I had
prior to the arrest, and the second court date
to apply for court appointed attorney and to learn
that the defense attorney did not have immediate access to the offense report. My van appeared to
be a temporary living quarters with all my possessions in it. I had plenty of uniforms for
the assignments which I worked. My van had plenty
of gadgets and security gear associated with my
many years of experience as a commissioned security officer and private investigator.
I had many cell phones accumulated from the past
years, my van looked like a storage locker.
I feel the pain of the driver because as a uniformed full time security guard with a vest
even though I have no intent to commit a crime,
I might not wanted to take the vest off on my
way home, especially in the cold weather without
a working heater. My electric windows don't work
which makes it difficult to sit and wait for
the officer to approach me.
My life was ruined over the processing of personalized plates which were not ready , while
temporary plates were expired , while the original plates are already cancelled upon the
order of personalized plates. Class A misdemeanors
for a suspicious person traffic stop.

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