Gun Sting with No Powder

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On November 5, 1920, Two Oklahoma law enforcement personnel helped uncover the details of a liquor raid. In the process, one gallon of corn juice, one quart of gasoline, and one live prisoner were taken into custody. Seems paltry compared to the twenty-one citizens taken into custody in Las Vegas, Nevada where they were preparing to attend the 2010 Shooting, Hunting & Outdoor Trade (“SHOT”) Show. But alas, it appears that in the end, the 1920 raid may have captured more loot than the 2010 raid.

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