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Originally posted by neo96
Originally posted by Bedlam
Hopefully not, it's so easy to get an explosives permit there's no need to ever mess up that way.
Seriously, to any ATSer, it's butt simple, get the permit, don't get caught with your pants down. It's easier to explain where you got the detcord and c4 from later than to explain why you don't have a permit for it.
Even easier not to video tape oneself and post it on youtube saying, "look everyone at what I did".
Originally posted by Zarniwoop
reply to post by neo96
100 years ago anyone could walk into a hardware store and buy dynamite without a permit,background check or look from anyone.
Back then, they didn't advertise it like this fool.
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.
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.
Originally posted by SloAnPainful
It's a little strange don't you think? His was manager killed then he's busted. Somethings going on here...
-SAP-edit on 28-3-2013 by SloAnPainful because: (no reason given)