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A dairy farmer who's main get away vehicle is a horse and buggy......
Meanwhile murder rates are soaring in America from repeat criminals who were all let out of jail over Covid.
The ATF sure seems to be on the move.
True. A kid in MA might be driving daddy's car with daddy's permission and a valid junior driver's license. Cops search the car and find a can of beer from Dad's fishing trip with his friends a week earlier, Junior gets busted under MGL minor transporting/carrying an alcoholic beverage. Arrest, booking, court appearance, permanent CORI record.If they're replicas of antique firearms (like a black powder shotgun) then they aren't firearms (legally) in the first place. A 10 yo kid would be as legal as church on Sunday to make and sell them, as many as he likes.
I really, really hope that's how it plays out.
The article mentions Cattail Foundry, which maps to what looks like an Amish farmhouse and barns.
An article on the Foundry and the King family suggests they're "into" antique machinery:
What do an anchor, a meat grinder, quoits, an anvil and replicas of antique farm machinery have in common? All of them are among the metallic goods manufactured at Gordonville’swww.lancasterfarming.com
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Reuben lives on his own farm nearby. The foundry is his father's business.
I "suppose" he could have been casting lowers for ARs. We'll never know.
That has happened more than once in PA. And much more than once with Amish as the target.