• One Keltec 12-gauge shotgun
• One Walther .380 handgun with seven rounds of live ammunition in the magazine
• One Taurus 9 mm handgun with live rounds in the magazine
• One Glock 19 handgun with 16 live rounds
• One AR-15 semi-automatic rifle
• Dozens of rounds of ammunition
• Several gun holsters and bags
Literally dozens of rounds of ammunition! Sure, it's laughable — I have literally dozens of rounds of ammunition in the laundry room, emptied from my pockets after matches and range sessions. But it's emblematic of the increasing divide between Armed America and the shrinking enclaves of the political elite.
I may be really off-base here, but I think we're seeing the end game on the part of the progressive/statists in favor of gun confiscation, which would explain their near panic response and hysterical bleating to all things gun. Unfortunately, animals in their death throes are often the most dangerous. That why we're seeing egregious travesties like the felony trial of Mark Witaschek in Washington D.C. for possession of a single inert shotgun shell and muzzleloading sabots or the almost breathtakingly arrogant "compromise" in New Jersey that would reduce magazine capacity from 15 to 10...in return, gun owners would be allowed to stop to go to the bathroom on the way to the range or hunting fields — illegal under current New Jersey law. As Sebastian notes in the linked post, it'll be interesting to see if Gov. Chris Christie signs the "Right To Piss" compromise, thus ending his run for the Presidency...