Gun belt buckle causes scare at a bank
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    Eugene, Oregon

    Gun belt buckle causes scare at a bank

    This is just ridiculous. People's lack of intelligence is frightening. This happened in San Diego last year, but I just heard about it
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    I got scared just looking at the picture of it.

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    Kind of a large buckle to where all the time, being on the west coast I could see that happening.:mp230603214546Murde. to bad for the young man thou.
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    The two men are not facing any charges.????

    What would they be charged with? Unlawful carrying of a belt buckle? Then again we are talking about CA.
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    Dec 2007
    Hmmm...well, to everyone here it might be at least halfway obvious that something is a belt buckle, but to the average bank teller seeing this guy 15 yards away with a halfway realistic-looking gun on his lap area, it might be a lot more scary.

    Hey, at least there's not a story where a guy openly displaying a real gun sat in the lobby for 10 minutes before getting up and robbing the place. That would be even more stupid. I thought most banks these days have a full-time LEO inside though? I at least see a cabbage cop when I walk into most places.
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    Heck I see even scarier stuff on the national news every night. That is news footage of Obama and Hillary.
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    Jan 2008
    Florida Panhandle

    Thumbs down Help I'm Scared

    My son has a very realistic cap gun...I'm afraid of the pop pop pop noise

    Gun belt buckle my eye...Welcome to da Peoples Republic of Kalifornia...Papers please...:mp230603214546Murde

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    Honolulu, HI & Salt Lake City, UT
    Good trick getting the gun to stay up like that in his lap.

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    Gray Court, SC
    "It's a belt buckle," Johnson told NBC 7/39. "Maybe they should have just looked at it and said it wasn't a real gun."

    That is called Common Sense...we lost that many decades ago!:icon_cry:
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    Oct 2007
    Tampa Bay Area
    There are so many people out there that are so uneducated about guns they wouldn't know a real one from a fake one if they could hold it. They see anything that resembles a gun and they panic.

    Could you imagine walking out of the bank and having a half dozen cops draw down one you!
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