More than two dozen semiautomatic rifles owned by the city of Miami Police Department are missing.
The prime suspects: The city’s own officers.
It’s not a matter of theft, however, but record-keeping — at least for now.
A strongly worded internal memo sent out to 1,400 sworn police officers Wednesday morning listed the serial numbers of 25 missing AR-15 rifles and warned officers that if the firearms are not returned by Monday, it could land them in hot water.
“Effective Monday, May 17, 2021, these rifles will be reported stolen…” the note read. “You are hereby ordered to return it to the Quartermaster unit immediately. Failure to do so may expose you to criminal liability for possession of stolen property.”

More than two dozen AR-15 rifles from the Miami Police Department are ‘unaccounted for’

But we are the problem.  We are the irresponsible ones that cannot be trusted with “weapons of mass killings”  and they need to me removed from our possession because we do not have the training that cops do.

I know where my guns are, I suspect you do too. And I believe if we were to misplace any, the wives would go medieval on our asses.

Hat Tip RegularGuyGuns.com

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

2 thoughts on ““The only one professional enough….( Miami Police Edition, ‘Do you know where your rifle is?)”
  1. We had a state trooper a while (10-15 years ago) that was taking them out of patrol vehicles and selling them. They apparently had a common key for the lockbox.

    He was only caught because he accidentally sold the one issued to hisownself, then tried to get it back and the guy he sold it to didn’t want to give it up, so the trooper threatened to kill him.

    Thinking that the initial sale was legit, the guy called the local cops.

    Unfortunately I can’t seem to find the story right now, but googling “tn state trooper sold stolen guns” certainly has some other interesting stories!

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