Williams told investigators he bought the Smith and Wesson from Stan Nagle’s Firearms in Media Sept. 4, 2011, for $200 and later sold it for $139.
He also admitted to buying an Olympic Arms .32 cal. pistol for $200 that same day, which he later sold for $90.
State Police said Williams additionally admitted to purchasing a Ruger 9mm pistol for $200 Dec. 29, 2011, from Targetmaster in Chadds Ford, where he also acquired a FN Hersnal .45 cal. pistol for $1,200 on June 7, 2014. He sold the Ruger for $90 and the FN Hersnal for $1,250, according to the affidavit.
Williams also bought a Kahr 9mm handgun for $451 from Millers Sporting Goods in March 2014, which he later sold for $450, as well as a Glock 9mm pistol for $539 on May 17, 2013, which he sold for $550.
Fortunately, Mr. Williams wasn’t a salesman for a legitimate business. The total profit from his gun sales amounts to a loss of $216. You can only assume the guns were not purchased with money he earned, but probably money he found somewhere along the way.
He reported to Chester police the Smith and Wesson, Ruger and Glock were stolen from his residence May 21, 2013, according to the affidavit. The Olympic Arms pistol was likewise reported stolen in February, 2013, the Kahr was reported stolen June 2, 2014, and the FN Hersnal was reported stolen June 7, 2014.
How can a man with so many guns be so lax when it comes to security?
How can gun shops keep selling so many guns to the same man? Oh, that’s right, that part is legal.
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