Thursday, July 31, 2014

Seatac To Melt Down Rare Machine Gun For Anti-gun Agi-Prop

 A Browning 1919A6 recovered in Angle Lake Park, Seatac Washington. Photo by Rosalyn Raumbauer.

A Browning 1919 machine gun was the unlikely find of divers in Seatac, Washington, who were participating in a “clean sweep” of Angle Lake Park in Saturday, July 26, 2014.

Being a reasonable and sensible people, Seatac officials immediately sought to determine the worth and condition of the antique firearm, so that they could better determine its possible historical significance to museums, or perhaps sell it to collectors in order to raise funds for domestic violence and other police-sponsored programs.

I’m totally kidding.

Their actual plans are to melt this piece of history into scrap for a useless hippie art project.

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