In this video we discuss some of the guns most commonly found in police evidence lockers. In no way are we suggesting that these firearms are more desirable for criminal activity, they are however in a class that makes them more readily available as «throw-away» guns for example in illegal activities. Some of the guns shown here were never used in a crime but rather stolen and placed in evidence lockers upon their recovery. Stay tuned, more to come!


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  1. "Holds a lot of shots."
    I fucking hate shitty terminology. can everyone please stop referring to the number of rounds a magazine holds as shots? that just sounds like a 5 year olds vocabulary.

  2. My brother in law is in law enforcement, and I asked him what he finds most common in police evidence lockers, and Hi points and Taurus pistols were pretty commonly found in police evidence lockers where he works at, even more so than long guns. Also Some of the guns he found that end up in evidence lockers are such old cheap saturday night special gun that he hasn't even heard of until he became a police officer.

  3. Interesitng I neve rknew gun like High point exist. Here in europe our counter part would be CZ50/70 you can get one for 80 bucks here. For 180 bucks as you say hipoint cost you can already get cz83