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Offline quadrafire

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Re: Evergreen Archery Theft
« Reply #30 on: March 28, 2015, 09:10:52 PM »
That's great news. Gotta love the pawn shops that buy all this stolen stuff. You know they are aware of what is legit and whT is not.

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Re: Evergreen Archery Theft
« Reply #31 on: March 29, 2015, 12:18:33 PM »
Ya especially  when you sell 3 brand new targets for $250.00 and they cost $400.00 a piece, that should draw a red flag you would think. " Hey wana buy my $700 rifle for $150.00?" Lol What a joke. Atleast we can all enjoy them again. Brings a  :chuckle: to my face. Gotta love our Spokane Meth heads.
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Re: Evergreen Archery Theft
« Reply #32 on: March 30, 2015, 02:26:24 PM »
The targets have been recovered, the men tried to sell the targets to Double Eagle Pawn in Deer Park, well they sold 3 to them. One of our club members Peter Stewart was out at Double Eagle and noticed the targets he asked a salesman where they got the targets, the salesman said he had just bought them. Peter saud, "well there stolen." Shortly after the Sheriffs Department contacted the theifs then 3/4 of the targets were recovered. Sorry it took so long to get back to ya'all, im txting this from my dads 60 th Birthday party and he just told me the scoop. Thats GOOD NEWS!

Fantastic news!  :tup:

I agree with the other comments about the pawn shops... I'm assuming they lose money anytime stolen items are recovered from their shops. Why wouldn't they do more to make sure items are legit  :dunno: I guess it's not that easy maybe.

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Re: Evergreen Archery Theft
« Reply #33 on: March 30, 2015, 03:44:14 PM »
The targets have been recovered, the men tried to sell the targets to Double Eagle Pawn in Deer Park, well they sold 3 to them. One of our club members Peter Stewart was out at Double Eagle and noticed the targets he asked a salesman where they got the targets, the salesman said he had just bought them. Peter saud, "well there stolen." Shortly after the Sheriffs Department contacted the theifs then 3/4 of the targets were recovered. Sorry it took so long to get back to ya'all, im txting this from my dads 60 th Birthday party and he just told me the scoop. Thats GOOD NEWS!

Fantastic news!  :tup:

I agree with the other comments about the pawn shops... I'm assuming they lose money anytime stolen items are recovered from their shops. Why wouldn't they do more to make sure items are legit  :dunno: I guess it's not that easy maybe.
My guess is they make more off of the stolen stuff than they lose off of the stolen stuff.  It sucks for the guy that got his stuff stolen for sure.
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