A bunch of long guns was found in a dumpster in Oklahoma. Here is the description according to Insider.com and don’t miss the title of the article.
According to court filings first reported by CourtWatch, on January 19, 2023, an Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, sanitation worker stumbled upon a dumpster with 236 rifles and 12 shotguns in it. The shocking finding led him to call authorities, who found many of the guns were functional, the filings stated.
Feds Discovered Dumpster With 250 Rifles and Shotguns in Oklahoma (insider.com)
But in page 8 of the court filings that they link to, you will read what authorities found.
In total, agents and officers found 236 Radikal Arms, model NK-1, 12-gauge shotguns inside the
I will admit to you I had never heard of this particular firearm, but it took me the 5 seconds to access and search in Google to find it.
We went from 236 bullpup shotguns in 12 gauge to 236 rifles and 12 shotguns.
The other explanation would be malice: Trying to scare people and get more clicks by calling them rifles since they look like the mythical assault weapons they hate so much and have been killing innocent Americans since the foundation of Rome.
Take your pick.
Hat Tip @assaultclip
5 thoughts on “Layer and Layers of Editorial Oversight: When Journos cannot even read.”
A resounding endorsement of the NK-1, I see….
This is just altogether weird. Why not return them? Or couldn’t they be returned? Etc.
FED-UP driver dumping a shipment he/she/it didn’t like? Very very strange .. staged stunt? Is the dumpster near the federal building??
That story gets weirder the more you keep reading.
– Radikal Arms is located in Turkey. Did the FFL order them direct, through a US service, or is/was FFL the planned distributor? He cited a ‘manufacturers defect’.
-ATF allegedly told FFL to cut them w. instructions how/where. FFL assigned a teenage kid to do it. Some ‘cut’ guns still worked. The ones in the photo sure don’t look cut.
– Said teenage kid GAVE at least 2 guns away pre-cutting to a random dude asking for them.
Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus is a Latin maxim meaning “false in one thing, false in everything.” At common law, it is the legal principle that a witness who testifies falsely about one matter is not credible to testify about any matter.
Login or register to comment.