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Frank Clark busted for driving with Uzi, arrested for felony possession

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The thing with full autos is they are completely legal to own (with a waiting time of around 15+ months at the moment), you just need to apply for a tax stamp (on a form 4, its illegal to use a form 1 to make your own FA/Burst weapon as of 1986), and the only firearms of this type the normal (non-FFL) person can buy are from 1986 and before. I think uzis were going for about 7k on gunbroker and the like before the pandemic started. No clue what they do now. The biggest thing is the price due to the supply going way down. If you are a FFL you can buy "post-86 dealer samples", but that comes with its own gripes.

That being said, its completely illegal in California for most (if not all) NFA firearms to be possessed by civilians!

(obviously legal to own if you aren't a felon / misdemeanor domestic abuser / the like)
 

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Clark formally charged with a felony. He could still face federal charges too.

18 million dollar cap hit about to hit the sidelines for the Chiefs!
 

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Clark formally charged with a felony. He could still face federal charges too.

18 million dollar cap hit about to hit the sidelines for the Chiefs!

Naaaahhh…expect a plea deal and no missed games. We’ve seen this happen too many times to expect multi-millionaire athletes who should be held to a higher standard, get held to a lower standard for the sake of the billionaire boys club NFL.

EDIT: Actually the best case scenario for the Chiefs is a voided contract, so expect the NFL to make that happen. If this weren‘t the most overpaid player in football, different story. Chiefs won’t save any cap in 2021 and would lose probably their 5th best defender on a defense that’s already incredibly thin. But long-term, voiding this would be a dream outcome for them.
 
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The thing with full autos is they are completely legal to own (with a waiting time of around 15+ months at the moment), you just need to apply for a tax stamp (on a form 4, its illegal to use a form 1 to make your own FA/Burst weapon as of 1986), and the only firearms of this type the normal (non-FFL) person can buy are from 1986 and before. I think uzis were going for about 7k on gunbroker and the like before the pandemic started. No clue what they do now. The biggest thing is the price due to the supply going way down. If you are a FFL you can buy "post-86 dealer samples", but that comes with its own gripes.

That being said, its completely illegal in California for most (if not all) NFA firearms to be possessed by civilians!

(obviously legal to own if you aren't a felon / misdemeanor domestic abuser / the like)
no one...not any single person who lives in Crackheadafornia should own a firearm...instead, they should arm themselves with shyt turds off the sidewalks and throw them at one another while flashing their sub-moronic gang signs...jerkoffs
 

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Clark formally charged with a felony. He could still face federal charges too.

18 million dollar cap hit about to hit the sidelines for the Chiefs!
Idiot
 

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Naaaahhh…expect a plea deal and no missed games. We’ve seen this happen too many times to expect multi-millionaire athletes who should be held to a higher standard, get held to a lower standard for the sake of the billionaire boys club NFL.

EDIT: Actually the best case scenario for the Chiefs is a voided contract, so expect the NFL to make that happen. If this weren‘t the most overpaid player in football, different story. Chiefs won’t save any cap in 2021 and would lose probably their 5th best defender on a defense that’s already incredibly thin. But long-term, voiding this would be a dream outcome for them.
this is his second go round with an illegal firearms charge iirc... he was arrested in March for the same thing... he might not be that lucky to skate
 

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He’s overpaid but he is a good player and the Chiefs losing him will be a hit to an already shaky defense.
 

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Clark formally charged with a felony. He could still face federal charges too.

18 million dollar cap hit about to hit the sidelines for the Chiefs!

dont worry, Goodell will pull out all of his favor cards to make sure the Chiefs face zero accountability... there's a better chance of the Patriot's getting punished for this than the Chiefs
 

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are you certain this is how you really feel? I don't know...you just seem to be vacillating a bit. The top and the bottom ...sure...but what about the MIDDLE? :whistle:

Tying together a few threads here. Maybe the middle is where you find that elusive ShytBurger?
 

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Surely it was not fully auto.

He will get a slap on the wrist just like Plaxico Burress did when his Glock went off in a NY nightclub.

I doubt that. He's been charged with a felony and this is his SECOND gun arrest in CA in the past 6 months. He's already had his slap on the wrist.
He'll do at least some time.
 

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Frank Clark... fits right in with the chiefs... this is his second arrest within the year for illegal weapons... got popped in March as well


good to see that Chris Carter‘s mentorship program („you gotta have a fall guy“). took some kind of roots. But I guess Frank forgot the 2d time and was traveling alone. ;)
 

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