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NY man's death leads police to arsenal

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USA Today is a newspaper rag

USA Today is a newspaper rag designed for people with a 5th grade level or education or less.

It should be renamed, "Dumbed Down Today."

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.

Possibly a hit, followed by a definite *media* hit....

"... the survivalist, who was killed by his own shotgun Tuesday...."

*Sigh*

It's those Goddamned guns killin' people again....

What would the Founders do?

It just doesn't figure:

Arsenal? Cache of weapons? Words to use to make it all sound sinister.
That amount of stuff is nothing. Most of my friends and others I know have that much and more and we are just hobbyists and enthusiast.
Accidents do happen, but it's pretty difficult to shoot yourself in the chest with a long gun. Unless you use your toes.
Now I question what happens with all of the items. That's a lot of money and his next of kin should get it all back. Would love to see the follow up on it.

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looks like another opportunity

to villify reloaders. "Buckets" of gunpowder...I'm not certain,but I think most reloaders buy by the bucket. That's how you save money.

I also doubt that someone with that kind of cache of weapons would be cleaning a loaded shotgun pointed at his chest. Weird.

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Accident? I doubt it!

A gun expert shoots self in the chest with shotgun? That is a feat difficult to do deliberately. I think it's more likely a government assassination of a someone dangerous to the establishment. No federal investigation? Are you going to tell me that the ATF has no interest in investigating a cache of weapons of this magnitude? That can only be because they already know all the details. This stinks of cover-up.