Saturday, March 8, 2014

That's Just Low

A Bedford County, PA man was a victim of a burglary recently, the thieves leaving with several antique firearms. As if that loss wasn't enough, before the thieves made off with the guns, they helped themselves to a case of the man's beer.
Someone broke into the house and drank a case of his beer, police said, then stole the guns, several of which appeared to be antiques. They included a dueling pistol - commonly used to settle gentlemen's disputes before the 19th century - a pair of blackpowder Derringer pistols and a circa-1914 shotgun, as well as three more modern rifles.
No word on what kind of beer it was, or if they had a designated driver for the getaway vehicle.

See "Man reports antique gun thefts" for more.

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