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    Guns Stolen

    10 high powered weopons have been stolen from Taranaki on New Years day they were locked in a secure safe but the offenders managed too lever it open.The wankers also stole a vechile.

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    From someone you know? Or was it in the news? What where the high powered weapons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brennos View Post
    From someone you know? Or was it in the news? What where the high powered weapons?
    I got the police report but know mention of what calibres.

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    Ten high-powered guns stolen from a rural property on Ohura Road in inland Taranaki- a green Terios also taken


    3 January 2012
    Concerns have been raised by South Taranaki police after 10 high-powered guns were stolen on New Year's Day.

    The theft occurred between 8am and 8pm at a rural property on Ohura Road in inland Taranaki.

    The guns were stored in an arms safe which the offenders levered open.

    As well as the ten guns the thieves took a green Daihatsu Terios, which was abandoned at the Te Wera Camp track, about 35 kilometres from Stratford.

    Police would like to hear from anybody who may have seen suspicious behaviour in the area, especially anybody who may have seen a dark-coloured station wagon, which was in the area at the time.

    NZ Guns stolen from rural property from NZCity

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    holy shit thats just up the road from me

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    im on ohura road adn i never heard of it ? its gettin to close for comfort .... ill have to set the land mines to my gun safe ?
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    In all honesty, a trail cam or similar might not be a silly idea. DSE sells motion sensor webcams. I'm not worried about the theft in itself, more about what thieving scum f*cks might do with my firearms.

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    They also stole some ammunition, so I assume they grabbed the bolts and magazines for the rifles too.

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    What is a low powered rifle as opposed to high power??? Why do the media class EVERY rifle(it seems) as a high powered rifle? Are there low powered rifles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEB View Post
    What is a low powered rifle as opposed to high power??? Why do the media class EVERY rifle(it seems) as a high powered rifle? Are there low powered rifles?
    Low power .177
    High power 50BMG

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    this was in de daily snooze this mornin
    Police Fear Stolen Guns May Be Used In Crime | Stuff.co.nz
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    Hahahahaha.

    Police fear the stolen guns may fall in to criminal hands...........

    No Sh*t Sherlock!!!!

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    lol a little obvious really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P38 View Post
    Hahahahaha.

    Police fear the stolen guns may fall in to criminal hands...........

    No Sh*t Sherlock!!!!
    It isn't the first time I've heard the media say that. I see they also pulled the "military style" card. What do you reckon it was? An M305? You don't just walk up to an E cat safe and jimmy it open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beavis View Post
    It isn't the first time I've heard the media say that. I see they also pulled the "military style" card. What do you reckon it was? An M305? You don't just walk up to an E cat safe and jimmy it open.
    .762 military weapon. I would assume an SKS, or a saiga, at best a melot maybe.

 

 

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