With the Los Angeles Police Department planning to destroy 6.5 tons of ammo recovered, gun dealers are scrambling to save the more than 1,500 guns collected from a deceased California man.
This prompted a call to authorities from her attorney, Harland Braun, which in turn led to a massive effort by police to impound Lash’s personal collection of firearms – first estimated at 500 and then 1,200 – for safekeeping.
Now, as police have determined they have more than 1,500 guns and nearly seven tons of munitions on hand, Braun is fielding unsolicited calls from gun dealers looking to move in on the Pacific Palisades man’s estate, as reported by the Los Angeles Times.
Braun cautions the guns aren’t going anywhere soon, as the LAPD’s Robbery Homicide Division is busy tracing the collection, worth as much as $1 million and including several high-end rifles and pistols, most still new.
However, there may be even more firearms out there as Braun has his private investigator combing the area to locate storage lockers believed rented by Lash.
A mystery to even those closest to him, Lash told neighbors his name was Bob Smith and his fiancee and girlfriend of 17 years that he was a spy for …read more
Source:: Patriot Outdoor News