Police Have Difficulty Telling The Difference Between A Pistol And A Rifle

There was also conflicting information about what type of weapons Lanza had. At one point, law enforcement officials told NBC News that Lanza had four handguns while he stalked the halls of Sandy Hook, but that could not be confirmed. It appears he carried at least two 9mm handguns, in addition to the rifle, which was the primary weapon.

Conn. school massacre victims all shot multiple times, chief medical officer says – U.S. News


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8 Responses to Police Have Difficulty Telling The Difference Between A Pistol And A Rifle

  1. gator69 says:

    They can’t all be Dirty Harry…

  2. phodges says:

    4 pistols and a rifle… how do guys these juggle all this crap??

    Holmes also supposedly had a rifle, shotgun, and pistol(s)…and cs canisters???

    Are they Delta Force or geeks??

  3. squid2112 says:

    There is no way that he was able to pull this off, shooting so many rounds with just a rifle. Sorry, I’m not buying it.

  4. Bill Irvine says:

    British police have difficulty differentiating a table leg from a shotgun ( http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2005/may/13/ukguns.hughmuir )or a blind man’s white stick from a katana ( http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2013/jan/10/blind-man-tasered-police-compensation ). And we will not mention Jean Charles de Menezes

  5. Ben says:

    6,800 hits on google for “no rifle” Newtown

    It is ironic that the CNN/MSNBC media blogs are chastising anyone who believes no rifle was used, when they were the ones pushing that angle from Dec to Jan.


  6. What was the weight of all the guns, ammo, and vests that he was supposed to be carrying? I’ve been given to understand that he wasn’t an outdoorsy guy, spending all day on the computer. How did the 98 pound weakling carry everything into a locked building? Nothing in this story makes sense.

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