front toward chuck-e-cheese.

Someone left a Claymore mine in a Goodwill donation box in Denver.

You know you’re a gun nut when your first thought is, “Damn! Why did the bomb squad have to get there before I could scoop up that deal?”


4 thoughts on “front toward chuck-e-cheese.

  1. Cargosquid says:

    I had similar feelings when I found a live German stick grenade of undeterminable age among the belongings of a deceased friend in a storage unit that I was cleaning out. Of course, this was after the M-19 land mine had to be taken out of his apartment by the Fort Belvoir bomb squad 4 months earlier…..

    but that’s another story…..

  2. That post title is pure win…

  3. Heh…

    Makes me want to roam the aisles to see what else might have made it through.

  4. emdfl says:

    Wonder if it was a live one or a training munition.

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