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2013-11-01 12:52:01 PM  
What more stupid a thing could you do than set right there in a picture window, loading and unloading a gun?", Lavender said.

They were loading and unloading guns? I thought you said they were selling them?

While no arrests were made, Lavender says he will present the case to the county prosecutor for a possible charge of inciting panic.

This is stupid. Non story.
 
2013-11-01 01:00:50 PM  
"What more stupid a thing could you do than set right there in a picture window, loading and unloading a gun?", Lavender said

Masturbate furiously?
 
2013-11-01 01:06:48 PM  
What a dick.

/Sell mine at the monthly farmer's market.
 
2013-11-01 01:39:52 PM  
Awkward headline is awkward headline there.
 
2013-11-01 02:01:21 PM  
I don't know, it's kind of a plug and play thing.
 
2013-11-01 02:02:03 PM  

Nadie_AZ: What more stupid a thing could you do than set right there in a picture window, loading and unloading a gun?", Lavender said.

They were loading and unloading guns? I thought you said they were selling them?

While no arrests were made, Lavender says he will present the case to the county prosecutor for a possible charge of inciting panic.

This is stupid. Non story.


Presumably loading and unloading guns from trunks, not loading and unloading them with ammunition.
 
2013-11-01 02:04:11 PM  
I usually do this at the mall.  Cameras all over the place.
 
2013-11-01 02:04:58 PM  
Everyone knows the best place to buy a gun in a trunk is at the Denny's on Central Ave. in Albuquerque.
 
2013-11-01 02:05:45 PM  

The_Sponge: What a dick.

/Sell mine at the monthly farmer's market.


Are they organic, free-range guns?
 
2013-11-01 02:06:23 PM  
Shouldn't the inciting panic charge go to the pants pisser in the bank?


How is exercising your rights considered inciting panic?


Fundamentally transform America....gee thanks democrats.
 
2013-11-01 02:07:02 PM  
Bought a gun out of a trunk in a walmart parking lot once. No arrest or charges. Good times
 
2013-11-01 02:08:19 PM  
"We need shotguns"
 
2013-11-01 02:14:04 PM  

drongozone: Everyone knows the best place to buy a gun in a trunk is at the Denny's on Central Ave. in Albuquerque.


Agreed.  Make sure to tip your waitress well, too.
 
2013-11-01 02:14:27 PM  
Years ago, I was having dinner with friends and two of them started talking about guns. One of them had a firearms dealer license and the other was interested in trading in the handgun he had for a better one. After we finished eating we walked out to the dealer's car and he started pulling guns out of his trunk to show the other guy. I stood there for a few minutes before it occurred to me that standing outside a restaurant pulling guns out of a car looked pretty bad. I decided that it would probably be a good idea to get in my car and leave before the cops showed up

.

Ned Stark: Nadie_AZ: What more stupid a thing could you do than set right there in a picture window, loading and unloading a gun?", Lavender said.

They were loading and unloading guns? I thought you said they were selling them?

While no arrests were made, Lavender says he will present the case to the county prosecutor for a possible charge of inciting panic.

This is stupid. Non story.

Presumably loading and unloading guns from trunks, not loading and unloading them with ammunition.


When he was showing the other guy his guns, he'd check to make sure they weren't loaded. Pull out the magazine, check it, put it back in, check the chamber and then just to be absolutely sure, point it at the ground and pull the trigger. Maybe that's what they were doing.
 
2013-11-01 02:17:22 PM  
How many more instances like this are we willing to accept before we finally close the Bank Parking Lot Loophole??
 
2013-11-01 02:19:02 PM  
When selling your guns out of your trunk, a bank parking lot is not the best place to do that

So.......police sub-station? Elementary school parking lot? What's the call, here?
 
2013-11-01 02:19:35 PM  

stevetherobot: The_Sponge: What a dick.

/Sell mine at the monthly farmer's market.

Are they organic, free-range guns?



I chuckled.
 
2013-11-01 02:25:45 PM  
Seems to me like a bank would be a perfect place, so that you don't have to run off somewhere to get money for the purchase.
 
2013-11-01 02:26:57 PM  

Sin_City_Superhero: When selling your guns out of your trunk, a bank parking lot is not the best place to do that

So.......police sub-station? Elementary school parking lot? What's the call, here?


Do it away from people, guys.
Like at the border near a checkpoint so you can get tech support from nearby LEO types who are bored.
Or Way out in the desert like just outside of a military base, so not to freak out any civilians.
Or at a Mosque, where people don't believe in guns.
Or the Mall of America, where we are all Americans, and free.
 
2013-11-01 02:31:06 PM  

stevetherobot: The_Sponge: What a dick.

/Sell mine at the monthly farmer's market.

Are they organic, free-range guns?


No, he said "What a dick. /sell mine"... meaning it's organic, free-range dicks.
 
2013-11-01 02:35:40 PM  

Ned Stark: Nadie_AZ: What more stupid a thing could you do than set right there in a picture window, loading and unloading a gun?", Lavender said.

They were loading and unloading guns? I thought you said they were selling them?

While no arrests were made, Lavender says he will present the case to the county prosecutor for a possible charge of inciting panic.

This is stupid. Non story.

Presumably loading and unloading guns from trunks, not loading and unloading them with ammunition.


DRTFA, but it really sounds like he was sitting in his car putzing with "a gun", and not at his trunk, putzing with "guns".

In any event, if he was selling guns, it should be relatively easy to prove if he was in a bank parking lot, unless there is literally no surveillance.  If he had his gun out on bank property, that's probably a crime as well, but not exactly in the same ballpark as illegally selling firearms.
 
2013-11-01 02:36:19 PM  

vudukungfu: Sin_City_Superhero: When selling your guns out of your trunk, a bank parking lot is not the best place to do that

So.......police sub-station? Elementary school parking lot? What's the call, here?

Do it away from people, guys.
Like at the border near a checkpoint so you can get tech support from nearby LEO types who are bored.
Or Way out in the desert like just outside of a military base, so not to freak out any civilians.
Or at a Mosque, where people don't believe in guns.
Or the Mall of America, where we are all Americans, and free.


Casino parking garages are good, too.
 
2013-11-01 02:38:55 PM  

BeesNuts: ... but not exactly in the same ballpark as illegally selling firearms.


Who said anything about illegally selling firearms?
 
2013-11-01 02:42:31 PM  

stevetherobot: The_Sponge: What a dick.

/Sell mine at the monthly farmer's market.

Are they organic, free-range guns?


They probably cost way more than those "artificial" guns. But the price is worth every penny since they are way more healthier.

/Let's see if we can keep this going
 
2013-11-01 02:45:37 PM  
My bank would probably let me set up a table inside to sell them. That is if the president of the bank didn't make an offer to buy them all for his collection.

Several years ago there was a bank in Colorado that would give you a new Weatherby (can't remember the caliber), when you opened a sizable savings account.
 
2013-11-01 02:46:27 PM  

The_Sponge: What a dick.

/Sell mine at the monthly farmer's market.


Day care centers.
 
2013-11-01 02:46:50 PM  

Giltric: Shouldn't the inciting panic charge go to the pants pisser in the bank?


How is exercising your rights considered inciting panic?


Fundamentally transform America....gee thanks democrats.


I know it's a gun thread, but can we leave out the political derp?

(Agreed with the first statement, though)
 
2013-11-01 02:49:48 PM  
If it was BofA, he was probably charging a transaction fee, a 'talking to a live person' fee, a parking fee,  an 'opportunity cost' fee, a large bills fee, a small bills fee, a count the change fee, an online fee AND a penalty for not being online fee...and a fee fee.
 
2013-11-01 02:51:15 PM  

DirtyDeadGhostofEbenezerCooke: If it was BofA, he was probably charging a transaction fee, a 'talking to a live person' fee, a parking fee,  an 'opportunity cost' fee, a large bills fee, a small bills fee, a count the change fee, an online fee AND a penalty for not being online fee...and a fee fee.


We can bundle all of those charges for you for a fee.
 
2013-11-01 02:52:39 PM  

meanmutton


I know it's a gun thread, but can we leave out the political derp?


You... haven't actually seen a Fark gun thread before, have you?


I suppose we could remove the "gun" qualifier and be almost as accurate.
 
2013-11-01 02:54:10 PM  
as some one who did a face to face transaction last week and bought a sweet ass springfield 1903, i'm getting a kick...

i hope no charges are filed, this was legal. the guys were stupid to do it in front of a bank and for not paying better attention to their meeting place (like, why not meet in a gun store parking lot or at subby's mom's house, which serves an equal number of customers wanting to fire shots?)
 
2013-11-01 02:54:49 PM  

reillan: stevetherobot: The_Sponge: What a dick.

/Sell mine at the monthly farmer's market.

Are they organic, free-range guns?

No, he said "What a dick. /sell mine"... meaning it's organic, free-range dicks.


Must be detachable.
 
2013-11-01 02:55:17 PM  

Click Click D'oh: BeesNuts: ... but not exactly in the same ballpark as illegally selling firearms.

Who said anything about illegally selling firearms?


I guess, selling firearms on private property that isn't yours...  I didn't mean to imply that we know he was selling, let alone that we know he was selling without a license.  But I'm pretty sure it's not okay for you to come to my front lawn and set up a table, license or no.
 
2013-11-01 02:55:38 PM  

Ned Stark: Nadie_AZ: What more stupid a thing could you do than set right there in a picture window, loading and unloading a gun?", Lavender said.

They were loading and unloading guns? I thought you said they were selling them?

While no arrests were made, Lavender says he will present the case to the county prosecutor for a possible charge of inciting panic.

This is stupid. Non story.

Presumably loading and unloading guns from trunks, not loading and unloading them with ammunition.


The white zone is for immediate loading and unloading of guns only. There is no selling in the red zone.
 
2013-11-01 02:57:12 PM  
I bought one last week. The clerk asked me if I needed anything else so I asked where the ski masks were. He got a kick out of it.
 
2013-11-01 02:57:32 PM  
I've transferred more than one suppressor, and one rifle, in the parking lot of a Costco.

He was a small Class III dealer, and the majority of the physical assets of his business are in his garage.  The parking lot of the Costco just happened to be the most convenient place to meet.

Of course, we met at the far end of the parking lot, and we weren't handling firearms in the open.  From afar, you'd have seen us exchanging small boxes and long Pelican cases and filling out paperwork on a clipboard.

I'll be doing that again in a few months, a private sale of a suppressor.  The paperwork has been in the To-Do box of BATFE inspector Sandra S. for about eight months.  I know she's not going to let any shady deals go down on her watch.
 
2013-11-01 03:00:17 PM  

DirtyDeadGhostofEbenezerCooke: If it was BofA, he was probably charging a transaction fee, a 'talking to a live person' fee, a parking fee,  an 'opportunity cost' fee, a large bills fee, a small bills fee, a count the change fee, an online fee AND a penalty for not being online fee...and a fee fee.


The idea that anyone might have trouble with people takin guns out of a trunk in a bank parking lot is certainly hurting a lot of gunhuggers' fee fees.
 
2013-11-01 03:03:10 PM  
When I lived in DC there was a "fireworks guy" who came to the parking lot of our company and sold out of the trunk of his car.

And these weren't the kind of fireworks you buy at a store...he was selling some *unreal* powerful stuff,  most of it was way illegal.  The m100s were the smaller ones he had, some of the stuff he sold was beyond deadly.

The first time I got a look inside his trunk, I freaked.  It was packed to the gills with stuff that was damned near dynamite.  My thought was, if somebody rear-ends this guy's car it's going up like freakin' Hiroshima.
 
2013-11-01 03:04:30 PM  

Sin_City_Superhero: When selling your guns out of your trunk, a bank parking lot is not the best place to do that

So.......police sub-station? Elementary school parking lot? What's the call, here?


back part of Wal-Mart parking lot. No one flinches about guns there. Banks get funny about guns for obvious reasons.
 
2013-11-01 03:05:08 PM  
Why is it even legal to sell guns out of the trunk of your car?


Oh yeah "zombies" are going to take over.....
 
2013-11-01 03:10:48 PM  
I usually let the kid choose the place whenever I sell mine. The only instruction I give them is make it some place isolated. Too many people freak out when they see teenagers buying handguns. (Thanks dems)
 
2013-11-01 03:15:11 PM  
Next time I witness a 99%er rally or a PETA demonstration; I'm going to call in an "Inciting Panic" beef. Sweet
 
2013-11-01 03:16:46 PM  

Englebert Slaptyback: meanmutton

I know it's a gun thread, but can we leave out the political derp?


You... haven't actually seen a Fark gun thread before, have you?


I suppose we could remove the "gun" qualifier and be almost as accurate.


That's why it was a plea.  :)
 
2013-11-01 03:17:45 PM  
BeesNuts:
DRTFA, but it really sounds like he was sitting in his car putzing with "a gun", and not at his trunk, putzing with "guns".

In any event, if he was selling guns, it should be relatively easy to prove if he was in a bank parking lot, unless there is literally no surveillance.  If he had his gun out on bank property, that's probably a crime as well, but not exactly in the same ballpark as illegally selling firearms.


And that's why you should read the article, because your entire post is totally irrelevant.
 
2013-11-01 03:18:10 PM  

cretinbob: Why is it even legal to sell guns out of the trunk of your car?


Oh yeah "zombies" are going to take over.....


It's called a "face to face transaction" and it's completely legal in almost every state.  The headline was misleading, it was a pre-arranged sale, just not some dude randomly selling guns out of his car to passerbys.  Regularly selling guns out of your car would, in fact, run afoul of having no FFL license, but there is not set "limit" on what this might be, you're simply not supposed to routinely profit from the sale of firearms without a license.  Even though people do this and get away with it, technically, you're not supposed to, but again, the laws are very ambiguous.

Long story short:  Guy who wanted to (very legally, it must be stated) sell a gun to another person met in a dumb place to do it.
 
2013-11-01 03:18:11 PM  

cretinbob: Why is it even legal to sell guns out of the trunk of your car?


Oh yeah "zombies" are going to take over.....


Why shouldn't it be?
 
2013-11-01 03:24:25 PM  

BeesNuts: Click Click D'oh: BeesNuts: ... but not exactly in the same ballpark as illegally selling firearms.

Who said anything about illegally selling firearms?

I guess, selling firearms on private property that isn't yours...  I didn't mean to imply that we know he was selling, let alone that we know he was selling without a license.  But I'm pretty sure it's not okay for you to come to my front lawn and set up a table, license or no.


That's a trespassing charge, and has little to do with the guns.

FYI, in most states no license is requires to buy or sell guns - provided you're not doing so as a profit making enterprise.
 
2013-11-01 03:25:27 PM  

meanmutton: cretinbob: Why is it even legal to sell guns out of the trunk of your car?


Oh yeah "zombies" are going to take over.....

Why shouldn't it be?


You obviously aren't thinking about the children and the possibility of saving just one.
 
2013-11-01 03:30:46 PM  

cretinbob: Why is it even legal to sell guns out of the trunk of your car?


Same reason it's legal to sell anything else out of the trunk of your car that you and the seller can both legally own - because we don't live in a totalitarian police state. Yet.
 
2013-11-01 03:31:31 PM  

BeesNuts: I guess, selling firearms on private property that isn't yours...


Not illegal

BeesNuts: I didn't mean to imply that we know he was selling, let alone that we know he was selling without a license. But I'm pretty sure it's not okay for you to come to my front lawn and set up a table, license or no.


Eventually you are going to get around to reading the article so that you actually learn something about what you are talking about.  Yes, he was selling a firearm.  Yes, it was a completely legal transaction.  No, he isn't being charged for the transaction (because it was completely legal).  The only charge being mentioned is because some panties got soaked by people who saw a gun and freaked out.
 
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