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  • huff317
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    BTW, any body know what a AR 181 assault rifle is ?
    Yeah, it's the model between the AR-180 and the AR-182......Sorry, couldn't resist.

    Seriously, though, if I remember right, it is the 7.62 version of the Armalite model 180. I think.

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  • Watchman
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    I am curious why they were running and shooting

    Probably because staying in one spot for too long will get you killed.

    It sounds like the classic "run and gun" battle.

    BTW, any body know what a AR 181 assault rifle is ?

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  • Deputy Joe
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    Thanks God the officers are ok. I am curious why they were running and shooting.

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  • Watchman
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    Is that a POLITICALY CORRECT report or what ?

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  • Tacdriver
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    There is no such thing as a ROUTINE traffic stop!

    You are exactly right. That kind of thinking will get you killed.

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  • Duck
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    Originally posted by Basher:
    One of the suspects, struck by gunfire during the shootout, succumbed to injuries.

    That reminds me of the song "Another One Bites The Dust"

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  • Basher
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    I understand that Dragon...that is exactly the point I am attempting to make.

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  • packpolice
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    There is no such thing as a ROUTINE traffic stop!

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  • Proof that sometimes the "routine" traffic stop may not be so routine.

    LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT
    PRESS RELEASE
    Thursday, December 19, 2002


    "Violent Shootout Between LAPD Officers and Four Male Suspects Ends up With One Suspect Dead"

    Los Angeles - - Earlier today at approximately 2:30 A.M., Los Angeles Police Officers Peter Galan (Serial No. 31808, 32 years old, seven years with the Department) and Roger Fontes (Serial No. 34970, 31 years old, four years with the Department), both assigned to Wilshire Area Patrol, were in the area of Country Club Drive and Western Avenue when they observed a speeding vehicle. As the officers followed the vehicle, containing four male suspects, they observed the vehicle fail to stop at a posted stop sign in the area of 12th Street and Western Avenue, a violation of Section 22450 of the Vehicle Code. The officers activated their emergency equipment and attempted to stop the suspects

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