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Old 09-18-2021, 11:05 PM
elkhunter11 elkhunter11 is offline
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Originally Posted by sako1 View Post
A lot of what ifs
Just as likely as the other scenario that was presented, especially given that I have actually had range members report the use of prohibited firearms on our range, and neither the people making the report or myself knew the offenders were officers, until one of them showed me a badge.

But the bottom line, is that if the courts decide the officer violated the regulations that he is paid to enforce, it doesn't matter how it got reported, he will be a convicted criminal, because of his own actions.
Only accurate guns are interesting.
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