Posted May 16, 2016 7:00 pm by Comments

By Robert Farago

Mr. Waldron's shotguns (courtesy

OK, let’s try this again. The first version of this blog got the facts wrong, as the story upon which it was based was confusing, to say the least. But thanks to TTAG’s Armed Intelligentsia, we now have a clearer idea of WTF happened. Let’s start with the account: “A New Jersey man was arrested in Great Kills Park Friday night after two shot guns and shell casings were recovered from his vehicle. Gerald Waldron of New Jersey was approached after an officer noticed his Jeep parked in the parking lot after hours without a permit . . .

Upon approaching the car, the officer observed two shot guns and shell casings inside the vehicle; Waldron could not produce paperwork for the guns. He said he was hunting turkeys in New Jersey, but could not produce a hunting license.

He was arrested for possession of two shotguns and three boxes of shotgun shells.

Federal authorities charged Waldron with possession of an unlicensed shotgun.

He was released and a court date is pending.

So here’s what happened, to the best of our readers’ understanding (though not mine, initially). Mr. Waldron was not “hunting turkeys in New Jersey.” He was hunting turkeys on …Read the Rest

Source:: Truth About Guns

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