Posts Tagged ‘theft’
Texas Man Uses AirTag to Track Down Stolen Truck, Kills Man
Last week, a thief stole a man’s unoccupied truck from his San Antonio home. Unbeknownst to the thief, inside the truck was an Apple AirTag device, which the owner could track with his phone. The owner located his truck and the police are now investigating the circumstances that led to one man’s death. San Antonio…Read More
Is Your Life More Valuable Than A Catalytic Converter?
Catalytic converters contain palladium and rhodium. These metals fetch a pretty penny at recycling centers. For this reason, thieves cut them off vehicles and turn them in for some quick drug money. Texas made the list of top five states for most catalytic converter thefts. Increase in Catalytic Converter Thefts: To put the dramatic increase…Read More
S2E10: Your Car is NOT a Holster…or a Safe
Today, Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss problems associated with using car holsters and/or storage solutions–safety issues, theft issues, circumstances involving children, and also potential problems with law enforcement interactions. Tune in!Read More
Does Your Insurance Policy Cover You Expensive Firearms?
If you are a member of the NRA your membership also comes with $2,500 of ArmsCare coverage. This plan covers insured firearms, air guns, bows and arrows against theft, accidental loss, and damage.Read More
Episode 407: News and Gear Reviews – Drive-thru Gun Sales
Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster this month’s industry news stories and wrap it up with gear reviews of stuff we’ve been playing with recently. The gun industry is declared as being “essential,” the ATF has to update their playbo for gun dealers in the new world of COVID-19, Shannon Watts throws a hissy fit, and we also discuss the controversial early morning raid of Duncan Lemp. It’s going to be a doozy! Plus our review of the new Wilson Combat P320 grip module and the Pig Lube Range Kit!Read More
Home Burglaries Turned Robberies and Violent Crimes [Infographic]
It doesn’t take any research for most of us to intuitively know that our homes are common and serious targets for criminals everywhere. All the same a lo at the stats may alarm even the most paranoid among us.Read More