List of stolen guns w/serial numbers:

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List of stolen guns w/serial numbers:

Postby Brian D. » Tue Jul 11, 2017 12:46 pm

As stated this burglary took place in Sharonville, Ohio. Their phone number is 513-567-1147.

1) Sig Sauer P239 .40 cal. SN: SA4119600
2) Remington R1 .45acp SN: RH720776A
3) Hatsan Escort 12 ga SN: 358904
4) POF P-15 (registered SBR) SN: 03E-1500303
5) Bersa Thunder 380 SN: 645602
6) Sig Sauer P239 .40 cal SN: SA4117971
7) Rock Island M1911-A1-FS-Tact (double stack) SN: RIA1721550
8 ) Sig Sauer 1911-MIA-POW .45acp SN: G586098
9) S&W M&Pc w/Crimson Trace laser grips SN: HBK5088
10) S&W model 39-2 9mm SN: A128994
11) Glock model 21 .45acp SN: HRM980
12) S&W model 10-6 .38 spl. SN: 2D90142
13) Beretta PX4 Storm .40 cal. SN: PV140267
14) Glock model 22 .40 cal. SN: XCB273
15) Ruger Vaquero .45LC SN: 56-83665
16) Ruger LCR .38 spl. SN: 540-14218
17) Colt M45A1 .45acp SN: 02216EGA
18) Colt M45A1 .45acp SN: 02822EGA
19) Kimber Custom TLE II .45acp SN: K453057
20) RMT 1911 (Colt slide) .45acp SN: RO9074

Those two Colt M45A1's are ridiculously valuable by the way. Remember how the USMC commissioned Colt to make some high end 1911's a few years ago for their MEUSOC and other high speed low drag forces? Then they decided to pull the plug and decommission them? Colt got those back, X-ed out the Marine logo with a laser, and sold them through more or less Marine-veteran-only channels. There were about 50 of those made available, #17 and #18 above are two of them.

Maybe we are seeing a new trend of information-sharing here between the dealers, police, and BATFE. Normally we in the public don't get shown "hot sheets" when it comes to stolen firearms. I for one appreciate it.
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Re: List of stolen guns w/serial numbers:

Postby TSiWRX » Tue Jul 11, 2017 4:55 pm

Uggh. :x Hope they catch them. :(
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Re: List of stolen guns w/serial numbers:

Postby glocksmith » Tue Jul 11, 2017 5:09 pm

Well...that Ruger Vaquero ought to be a hot item among the pants-half-down crowd.
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Re: List of stolen guns w/serial numbers:

Postby Brian D. » Tue Jul 11, 2017 7:00 pm

The phone number I gave was for the Sharonville PD. Sorry if it was confusing ; getting the list of guns and serial numbers out there was challenging enough.
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Re: List of stolen guns w/serial numbers:

Postby Brian D. » Fri Jul 14, 2017 11:15 am

I expect stolen guns generally find their way out of our area to places like NYC or Chiraq but it doesn't hurt to keep our eyes open. A friend told me he found a rifle that was taken during a burglary, for sale in a tavern parking lot known for "unlicensed vending" of all sorts of items. Place was maybe 10 miles from his house.
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Re: List of stolen guns w/serial numbers:

Postby glocksmith » Fri Jul 14, 2017 11:45 am

TBH my first thought when I saw your list...was that they'll all eventually show up when the police find them used in crimes. In my guesstimation, very few if any will be sold to LAC gun owners at shows and such. Clearly, the thieves were after "street guns"...and they probably didn't even glance twice at the high-end pricey stuff when they were doing their shopping spree.
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