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    Default Re: Police discover illegal ammunition cache at Durban house

    It’s amazing that all of a sudden SAPS is finding arms caches, farm workers are finding arms caches, all while SAPS has a drive to reduce firearm proliferation and the amnesty is on. But none of these are guns taken away from CIT, gangsters etc.

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    Default Re: Police discover illegal ammunition cache at Durban house

    Quote Originally Posted by CorditeCrazy View Post
    It’s amazing that all of a sudden SAPS is finding arms caches, farm workers are finding arms caches, all while SAPS has a drive to reduce firearm proliferation and the amnesty is on. But none of these are guns taken away from CIT, gangsters etc.
    I don't think that this guy is a law abiding firearm owner. As one I applaud the SAPS for removing this guys firearms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atunguyd View Post
    I don't think that this guy is a law abiding firearm owner. As one I applaud the SAPS for removing this guys firearms.

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    That’s not what I’m saying, what I am saying is they are going for the low hanging fruit, or in some instances the fruit that has fallen to the floor, nothing else, nothing of significance, but these are reported as if they have finally found the 120tons of unaccounted for struggle era arms cashes.

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    Default Re: Police discover illegal ammunition cache at Durban house

    Quote Originally Posted by CorditeCrazy View Post
    That’s not what I’m saying, what I am saying is they are going for the low hanging fruit, or in some instances the fruit that has fallen to the floor, nothing else, nothing of significance, but these are reported as if they have finally found the 120tons of unaccounted for struggle era arms cashes.
    Or better yet, tha they've actually found the all the missing R1 rifles

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    Default Re: Police discover illegal ammunition cache at Durban house

    Quote Originally Posted by CorditeCrazy View Post
    That’s not what I’m saying, what I am saying is they are going for the low hanging fruit, or in some instances the fruit that has fallen to the floor, nothing else, nothing of significance, but these are reported as if they have finally found the 120tons of unaccounted for struggle era arms cashes.
    Fair enough but I am sure we can agree that this guy is by no means a good guy being taken advantage of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBT View Post
    Or better yet, tha they've actually found the all the missing R1 rifles
    All the missing, "weapons of extreme warfare".

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