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Thieves Break Down Wall, Steal 11 Guns From Store

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  1. TheFederalistWeasel

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    Thieves Break Down Wall, Steal 11 Guns From Store
    Channel Cincinnati.com ^ | 03/24/04 | Channel Cincinnati

    Posted on 03/24/2005 1:27:14 PM PST

    Thieves Break Down Wall, Steal 11 Guns From Store

    Store Robbed At 2 A.M.

    CINCINNATI -- Officials said 11 guns were stolen during the robbery of a gun store in Colerain Township Thursday.

    At about 2 a.m., officials received a call to investigate an intrusion alarm at the Sportsman's Gallery on Pippin Road. Officers determined that the thief or thieves entered a vacant neighboring business, removed dry wall and broke a hole through a cinder block, gaining access to the gun shop.

    The following handguns were stolen from a display case:

    · An S&W .44 Magnum revolver, model 29 classic #BSP4318.
    · An S&W .357 Magnum revolver, model 27 #N377269.
    · A Colt .38 special revolver #131205.
    · An S&W .38-caliber revolver, model 10 #C765759.
    · A Ruger .44 Magnum revolver super Blackhawk #8754357.
    · A Beretta 9 mm semiautomatic pistol, model 92SB #B820742.
    · A Glock .45-caliber semiautomatic pistol, model 21 #6F2238.
    · A Glock .40-caliber semiautomatic pistol, model 22 #BER70903.
    · A Glock 9 mm semiautomatic pistol, model 17 #ACN61305.
    · A Llama .45-caliber semiautomatic pistol, mod MAX1 #71040648104.
    · A Walther .22-caliber semiautomatic pistol, model P22 #L067837.

    Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at (513) 352-3040.


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  2. El Tejon

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    If only the NRA would stop preventing Congress and the states from passing law making it illegal to steal guns . . .
     
  3. DigMe

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    It's a good thing they got that Llama in there! That was probably one that they went back in for. "Dude, we forgot the Llama!"

    brad cook
     
  4. Fly320s

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    They didn't get anything good. No 1911s. :neener:
     
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    Perhaps it's just because I only hear about the really odd firearms thefts anymore, but it sure seems like the goblins are getting ever more extreme in their efforts to get guns. Could this mean they're having trouble getting them through their usual channels?

    Not likely, but an interesting idea to ponder.
     
  6. whm1974

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    Could be. But it comes to show that criminals will stop at nothing to get guns.

    -Bill
     
  7. NMshooter

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    You would be amazed at the amount of penetration you can get with an old Mazda pickup... :uhoh:

    That is why all the gun stores in Abq. have anti ram barriers, to prevent folks from making their own drive up windows. :eek:
     
  8. mbs357

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    The Llama was probably a 1911 clone...er, well, imitation. =p
    Close enough!
     
  9. Gifted

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    The Max-1 is a 1911 imitation. It's not compatible parts-wise, but they're decent guns. I've put about 150 rounds through mine, I've only had three problems, all with Blazer ammo. As soon as I get my technique down, I'll be able to say how well it shoots, but it's done a decent job. When I've got enough rounds through it, I'll be able to tell you if the more recent manufacture is worth it.
     
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