posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 08:42 PM
reply to post by Advantage
He can claim he uses Tannerite, but I betcha they didnt find any We used to live by a good friend who owned a quarry. Every 4th of july we would get
tanked and blow crap up in the quarry... cars and things. Dynamite... he had it legally.. and we used it... a lot. I could have made a video claiming
I was using plastic explosive or tannerite... or any number of things. Just cause he claimed it, and was ENTERTAINING.. doesnt mean he had it. Looks
like the ATF wanted an excuse to look at him harder than they rightfully should have.
i'm not sure you understand about tannerite. it's inexpensive, safe, and the force of a bullet will set it off. it's a binary compound that is
inert until the two chemicals are mixed, and even then you could throw it around and drop it without any trouble. it's completely legal. dynamite
would be more difficult to use and legal issues would be had.
i wouldn't let them take a thing. their warrant was for tannerite, something that is perfectly legal. even if he is blowing up cars with it, he
isn't being payed to demolish cars, he's being paid through ad revenue for filming.
this reminds me of another gun collector that recently had his whole collection taken without being charged for anything.
According to the Freedom Outpost, a raid occurred in the home of Robert Adams as the DPS and S.W.A.T. confiscated over a thousand guns on Wednesday.
The court documents revealed that agents have been eying Adams for years, yet no charges were filed as of yet. However, authorities did seize dozens
upon dozens of firearms from Adams’ home in Albuquerque.
they're already coming for your guns. they know who has what, they're just taking out the biggest "strongholds" first as it were.