Originally posted by contractkiller: I had the unfortunate message of "choke your chicken" always in the back of my mind.
I would put a kung-fu grip around my penis and I thought this hurts too much to be enjoyable. Took me a while to realize my mistakes.
Since paintball has grown into a sport with a large international community, do you think the perpetrators considered trying to sell em` in Asia or Europe? With a load of "$40k", it may make sense to commit to a trip over there to unload fast and get a large sum of money fast than to slowly sell these markers off in the U.S. Iono, just a thought.
i know im just adding to the list of "wows" but dam thats alot of gats out off all of em somebodys gotta notice that its stolen. and oh yah they have been recovered the dudes prob giveing them away like free candy and the first time i sell a nice gun im not like hey lets check the code number and c if its stolen
Last edited by shockwave7 : 04-29-2012 at 08:30 AM.
These guns are long gone...cameras dont stop people from stealing....security systems might get the cops there, but if its inside job they could have shut down the system long enough to run the goods, then trip it on the way out just for show.
They broke in through the wall... not like they just walked in through the front door. This is why a motion sensor or security system were never triggered. plus these guys are just sitting on these guns not able to do anything with them, they didnt know what they were stealing.