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  • After a recent hospital stay, I returned home to find that two of my long guns had been stolen. The question is; should it be a

    After a recent hospital stay, I returned home to find that two of my long guns had been stolen. The question is; should it be a stiffer sentence for who steel guns or treat it as a petite or grand larceny only? (For those of you wondering, yes had the s/n's and filed report as soon as I was made aware of the theft.)

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    I don't think the theft of firearms should be treated any differently than the theft of anything else of similar value. But that's just my opinion, and I'm certainly no expert on such matters.

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      Sorry about what happened, hopefully they turn up somewhere. Like huntfishtrap, I feel that you can not treat long guns any differently than something else of equal value but I do believe thief's need to be given bigger punishments(for all things, not just weapons).

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