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    LEO business encounter

    This is not intended to bash the honest dedicated leo's who protect us every day, but I thout I would point out that some, are prone to making stupid (dangerous) mistakes.
    I work for a company that rents bucket trucks, and other heavy equipment, several times we have rented trucks to the VA state police. I am not sure why,but we have heard rumers that they will use an officer posing as a electrical worker to stake out a house or possably place cammeras for the same reason. One time when we pulled the truck into the shop the next day, one of our painters found a duffle bag they had left in a tool box. In side the bag was a loaded shot gun and a AR15. We called them back and of course no one had missed the wepons.
    "When you care enough to send the best... Shoot a .45"

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    Quote Originally Posted by burchesss View Post
    This is not intended to bash the honest dedicated leo's who protect us every day, but I thout I would point out that some, are prone to making stupid (dangerous) mistakes.
    I work for a company that rents bucket trucks, and other heavy equipment, several times we have rented trucks to the VA state police. I am not sure why,but we have heard rumers that they will use an officer posing as a electrical worker to stake out a house or possably place cammeras for the same reason. One time when we pulled the truck into the shop the next day, one of our painters found a duffle bag they had left in a tool box. In side the bag was a loaded shot gun and a AR15. We called them back and of course no one had missed the wepons.
    You must be mistaken. Police don't make mistakes...
    People don't like to be meddled with. We tell them what to do, what to think, don't run, don't walk. We're in their homes and in their heads and we haven't the right. We're meddlesome.--River Tam

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    wolfhunter Guest
    They were mine and I'll pay shipping to have them returned...

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    We all make stupid mistakes by nature of being human. Unfortunately, grievous results happen when LEOs, airline pilots or American voters make stupid mistakes.

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    so that's where I left my firearms... sorry about that my mistake. I'm on my way to pick them up.
    You can have my freedom as soon as I'm done with it!!!

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    Seriously!
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  8. About thirty yeasr ago when I was on the job, me and my partner pulled out of the police station parking lot to start our shift. About two mile from the station on a busy four lane highway, we stopped at a traffic light. A pickup truck pulls up next to the cruiser and the driver politely tells me that there is a shotgun on the roof of the car by the light rack... I cooly tell him that it is a new experimental system we were trying out so we could quickly get to the shotgun when we got out of the car. He drove on and I quickly pulled in to a parking lot and secured the gun. That was the last time I ever left a shotgun on top of the unit while I put put my other stuff inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogriz91 View Post
    We all make stupid mistakes by nature of being human. Unfortunately, grievous results happen when LEOs, airline pilots or American voters make stupid mistakes.
    Nicely put.
    -Austin

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    SO.... what happened to the guns???? I am thinking Finders - Keepers

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    I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken.
    When they "Nudge. Shove. Shoot.",
    Don't retreat. Just reload.

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