Thursday, August 19, 2010

Patrol Devices

What else do you call a Glock chambered in .50 Caliber Terror in the hands of a Montgomery County's finest?
Garland stole several items from the car that had been parked overnight in front of an officer's house in Brookeville in June, including a police baton, two loaded .50 caliber Glock magazines and two sets of handcuffs, police said. Police found the M-4 rifle and a glove stolen from the car, but many stolen items remain missing.
Oversight and all. Can you imagine the madness that would follow if .50 caliber Glock magazines were discovered missing by one of the non-badged folk? And why does any cop neeeeeeed a handgun that's capable of shooting down an airliner flying at 30,000 feet at 550 mph with one shot?

Those cops must be serious about enforcing the law.

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