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Old February 22, 2012, 06:09 AM   #1
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Please id this M16 varient

Fujian Quanzhou largest "gun battle" case solved

The basic facts:

After interrogating "Zhang××", "Ng ××" and the three accused, review and investigation of evidence collected, the following facts are indentified:

On the evening of February 8, "Chen ×" instructed "Zhang ××", "Ng ××", to a building in Xiamen to collect 5 firearms, over 200 million cash, 0.5 kg of suspected drug "methamphetamine", on a Audi vehicle, transferred it back to Guangdong to "Chen×" and "Su××".

On the evening of February 9, "Chen ×" drove from Guangdong to Fujian, driving a BMW car with "Su××" instructed Zhong Zhangzhu to Xiamen Haicang to prepare a Audi car for their transfer, and promised to pay Zhong 10,000 yuan. After Zhong's Audi has arrived and met "Chen ×" they moved the guns and suitcase containing cash to the Audi, then "Chen ×" changed his mind and transfered the guns and cash to the BMW car. The trio drove the car to Shuitou and abandoned the Audi near the Zhenjiang Kawasaki village stone plate factory, drove away in the BMW car and fled. Minutes later, because of an disagreement, the two Taiwanese handcuffed Zhong in the car. When the BMW reached Ha Quan Zhuang intersection, it stopped due to a tire burst, on this location, the two sides engaged in a shootout, "Su××" was shot and killed and the wounded Zhong jumped into the Zhuang North Drainage, "Chen×" continued driving down the highway intersection, abandoned the vehicle and escaped.

At present, a task force has been set up for the hunt of "Chen ×" . (Lin Liang standard)

Photo 1: the crime scene

Photo 2: Firearms and ammunition used by the scoundrels

Photo 3: Guns seized in the BMW car
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Old February 22, 2012, 08:57 AM   #2
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Think I saw that in a Jackie Chan flick
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Old February 22, 2012, 01:53 PM   #3
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Hard to tell from the picture. Looks like an A2 upper with collapsable stock (M4 type?) and an aftermarket fore stock and flash hinder. Topperd with a variant of possibily an Aimpoint sight. Second picture shows all Berettas, again bad picture for model ID, but model 92 variants and .25acp Berettas. I of course may be wrong, but that's what I can make out. Truthfully looks like an airsoft convention with all the slincers. But I know this is a real event and for them to have those types of weapons, they are diffently bad people.
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Old February 22, 2012, 02:59 PM   #4
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Its just an AR-15 of some sort, it could be made by anyone and could have parts from many different manufactures.
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Old February 22, 2012, 03:24 PM   #5
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Lightweight 16" AR with a free-float tube, detachable carry handle, folding front sight and a muzzle brake that I don't recognize. Could have been made by anyone, but considering the point of origin, it is probably one of the Chinese copies.
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