Busted for Dud Shell and Replica Bullets
Mark Witaschek has lost his two-year legal battle against the tyrants running our nation’s capital. He is now registered in the DC’s Gun Offenders Registry, and must pay a fine. His crime came to light when the police searched his home:
The search was in response to a complaint from his estranged ex-wife. The evidence presented against Witaschek included a 12-gauge shell that failed to fire while Witaschek was hunting years ago, a spent .270 Winchester shell casing, and a box of .45 caliber Knight muzzleloader bullets with plastic sabots. The muzzleloader bullets were for use in only antique or replica firearms.
Witaschek is an avid hunter, but says he never kept his guns in Washington D.C., because he knows of the city’s strict gun laws.
If only he was as careful about choosing wives — and cities to live in.
Ironically, this happened in a town named after someone said to have referred to the right to bear arms as “the people’s liberty’s teeth” and “second only to the Constitution in importance.”
On tips from Wiggins and Bill T. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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