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Aussie Sailor Arrested Carrying Guns!

An Aussie sailor was caught recently in Indonesia with a gun and ammo. He could face 20 years in some Indonesian hell hole. Just not worth carrying guns in my opinion!

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http://news.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=23142
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Aussie Sailor Arrested Carrying Guns!

Did he declare them?
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Aussie Sailor Arrested Carrying Guns!

According to the TV news, he didn''t declare them.
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And USA is supposed to be the cowboys? I wonder if the gunb the Aus was carrying was typical for self protection or perhaps more of the assualt type?
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Just to alert you that this is an old post.

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Interestingly, I recently read where all Swiss must serve in the military, and all military "take home their weapons" and keep them at home for the rest of their lives, as part of a "ready home guard."
The Swiss also declare themselves nuetral in the world wars, and shouldn't need guns should they?
Yet Switzerland with all the guns, has one of the lowest crime rates in the world, and one of the highest standards of living.
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Thanks CD - HAHA, well as a newbie, I didn't pay attention to the dates.

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No problem Hawk.

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Thanks CD - HAHA, well as a newbie, I didn't pay attention to the dates.

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Hawk,

In case you are interested the Oz sailor is a slightly eccentirc but wealthy individual who owns an old freighter that he converted into his private motor yacht. It's a lovely old thing, not huge but big enough. I saw her when she was in Sydney a couple of years back.

He was charged on the basis that he had not declared the weapons. From memory he claimed he had. They where supposedly only for defence against
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I don't remember if he was acquited or he did a deal but he was not jailed.
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Interestingly, I recently read where all Swiss must serve in the military, and all military "take home their weapons" and keep them at home for the rest of their lives, as part of a "ready home guard."
The Swiss also declare themselves nuetral in the world wars, and shouldn't need guns should they?
Yet Switzerland with all the guns, has one of the lowest crime rates in the world, and one of the highest standards of living.
Every bit of that is true.

They have really good beer too - "Eikenhof beer" - try it if you ever find youself over there!
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