Florida boy & grandfather fishes 2 sniper rifles out of river


The South Miami-Dade man said he was concerned that the serial numbers on the lower receivers of the weapons and the bolt of one of the rifles were filed off.

“Whoever did this is not your run-of-the-mill criminal,” said Smith, a 61-year-old former Army infantry officer.

No surprise there, really. If you are tossing Barrett .50 caliber sniper rifles, which are designed to kill vehicles, into a river, you’re doing something shady.

Given Miami’s connections to the international drug trade, this is probably relevant:

This less so, but still of concern:


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