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Stolen military items for sale online

Discussion in 'Legal' started by TexasChick, Apr 10, 2008.

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  1. TexasChick

    TexasChick Member

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    Someone besides me might find this news report interesting.

    http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/04/10/military.loot/index.html?section=cnn_topstories&eref=yahoo

    Thought the Legal thread could apply because of this statement.

    "Buckmaster answered, "It would simplify things greatly if a law were passed banning the sale of any U.S. military item less than 50 years old."

    "Its sort of amazing to me that we haven't had a law to ban the sale of that." Tierney replied."

    See the link for more info. ; >
     
  2. stevemis

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    Oh no. "Military Specifications". A lot of high-end equipment is "military specification". I've got two CZ P01's and a stack of "military specification" ham radio gear to prove it. This is more "gun show loophole" alarmist crap.
     
  3. DiN_BLiX

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    Is this stuff really stolen? last i checked gen3 nightvision WAS available, if you could afford it.
     
  4. Art Eatman

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    OT for THR
     
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