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Gun that killed Billy the Kid sells for $6 million

LOS ANGELES, Aug 27 (Reuters) – The gun that killed American Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid sold Mossberg MVP Precision 6.5 Creedmoor for sale more than $6 million at auction on Friday in Los Angeles, more than double the pre-sale estimate.

Bonhams auctioneers said the Colt single-action revolver that Sheriff Pat Garrett used to take down Billy the Kid in 1881 was bought over the phone by a person who wished to remain anonymous.

Bonhams, which described the gun as “the most iconic treasure of early Western history,” said the $6.03 million price was a world record Remington V3 Tac-13 12Ga Semi Auto For Sale any firearm.It had been expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million.

Billy the Kid was a wanted man Buy Spike’s Tactical Snowflake Color Fill AR15 Stripped Lower Receiver in USA Arizona and New Mexico, killing eight men. After a monthslong pursuit, Garrett tracked him down to a ranch in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, and shot and killed him on July 14, 1881.Billy the Kid was 21 years old.

The story of the 19th-century outlaw has been chronicled in pop culture for almost 100 years, including in movies such as “Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid” and “Young Guns.”

The gun came from the collection of Texas couple Jim and Theresa Earle, who amassed Western firearms and other artifacts for some 50 years.Jim Earle died in 2019. (Reporting by Jill Serjeant; editing by Jonathan Oatis)

Home Safety Checklist When You Look at Rifles For Sale

Interested in ads about guns for sale or rifles for sale?If you were alone, it might be okay to just go ahead and Buy Magpul PMAG M3 AK-47 7.62×39 30 round in USA one as soon as you can. However, if you are living in a home with other people you might want to consider a few things. This is especially true if there are children in the house. Your need or want for a gun must not eclipse safety, especially since something as dangerous as a gun could have the capacity to end the life of someone you love through accident.

Before you look at ads of guns for sale or rifles for sale, take a good look around your home and check if you have a reliable hiding place for it.

This is very important because you do not want it within easy access of children. Children do not readily distinguish between what is safe and what is dangerous – therefore, they might see your gun as a plaything and make a grab out of it. When they know where to get it, there will be no stopping them from one day unearthing it from its hiding place.

Make sure it is under lock and key. Better yet, do not tell the kids where they are.

Another is that when you choose a potential unit from guns for sale or rifles for sale do ensure that the safety latch is activated on it. If for some reason other people happen to find your gun in its hiding place, your next safety precaution is that a safety latch is established.It gives one more layer of protection from accidents. All guns for sale and rifles for sale come with safety latches – do not buy one without or in the event that you purchase a gun second hand without a safety latch the first thing you need to do is to ensure that you purchase and install a safety latch on it.

It would also be good to have a hiding place for the bullets that you will use once you purchase guns for sale or rifles for sale.

While it is not suggested to put the gun in one end of the house and the bullets all the way at the back of your home, you should make it difficult for other people to find the bullets. True, guns and rifles can be used in times when you need to protect yourself – but you should also understand that it can be the focus of conflict in the home.

There have already been so many tragic accidents involving guns in the home, especially with teens around.

The decision to buy a gun will definitely be up to you, for no one can tell you what you can and cannot do. However, there is a very big distinction between a responsible gun owner and a careless one.All efforts must be placed on striving to be part of the first group rather than the second group, and this can be done through considering safety.

Planning to buy or ? Make sure that safety precedes the transaction so there will not be a problem later.

Gun Safes For Sale – How to Choose One That Suits Your Needs

If you are a gun owner in the U.K., a secure gun cabinet or safe is required to keep all of your firearms protected and away from reach of anyone who does not have a license to use them.

When you are looking at gun safes for sale, there are a number of characteristics to look for to ensure that you and anyone in your home are safe from easy access to the guns. It is important to assess your requirements for storage and protection to find the features that best suit.

Size of the Gun Safe

When reviewing gun safes for sale, size is definitely one of the primary traits to consider. There are safes that are small, good enough for hand guns and other small firearms, which can fit in a dresser drawer, under the bed or even the top of a closet shelf.Larger safe options, as large as a walk-in closet, can also be purchased.

To pick the right size safe, take into account the number of guns you have as well as how many you plan to add to your collection. In addition, where do you plan to store the safe?

An optimal place is out of sight of regular visitors, perhaps an unused closet or a study, library or garage space. Another factor to mull over is the size of your guns. Do you have rifles or handguns? Do the rifles have scopes you must accommodate when storing them?

A gun safe that is large enough that a thief cannot easily carry it out is the best choice.

Quality Constructed Safes

Reviewing gun safes for sale, you must examine the overall construction of them to ensure that children or even a motivated thief cannot easily penetrate its defenses.Look for doors that offer solid steel that are pry-resistant and recessed. In addition, tough steel plates to deter drilling attacks are important as well. The locks should offer an electronic locking device, preferably one with a steel bolt and reinforced casings.

The hinges should be strengthened by a full-length mossberg 500 anti scorpion destroyer-for sale-flange to deter efforts to remove the door.Additional hinges for switching the direction of the door opening is important as are additional shelves should they be needed. For ultimate protection, you can also look for gun safes for sale that also offer fire protection and even water resistance.

Gun Safes – Pricing

You can purchase a decent gun safe with good, quality construction for an affordable price.

Smaller safes obviously will be cheaper because they can only hold a few firearms. The larger safes will cost more but they will be able to hold more guns, with some models perfect for tall rifles. Typically, the larger and heavier the safe, the better security it provides in terms of gun safety and access.

Remember, as a gun owner, it is your responsibility to follow gun safety and laws in terms of storage. Take into account the number of guns you have, what you plan to purchase in the future and even the size of the guns. Along with a set budget, these characteristics will help you narrow down your choices of gun safes for sale to a manageable few.

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Gun used to kill Billy the Kid 140 years ago is up for auction

The gun used to kill Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago is going under the hammer for a staggering $3million.   

The American fugitive was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett who tracked him down to a remote hideout in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on July 14, 1881.  

Now, more than a century later, Garrett’s single action revolver is up for auction and is expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million, Bonhams auction house in Los Angeles said. 

Billy, aged 21, had been on the run for two months following a violent prison break-out during which he killed two of the sheriff’s deputies.

Billy, also known as William Bonney, who committed at least eight murders, finally met his end after Garrett pulled the trigger of the 7.5ins barrel army revolver.

Garrett's single action revolver is up for auction and is expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million, Bonhams auction house in Los Angeles said

Garrett’s single action revolver is up for auction and is expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million, Bonhams auction house in Los Angeles said

The notorious American fugitive was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett at his ranch hideout in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on July 14, 1881. Pictured: The final shoot out between Garrett and Billy the Kid (left)

The notorious American fugitive was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett at his ranch hideout in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on July 14, 1881.Pictured: The final shoot out between Garrett and Billy the Kid (left) 

William Bonney, also known as Billy the Kid, is believed to be depicted in this undated ferrotype picture, circa 1880, provided by the Lincoln County, N.M. Heritage Trust Archive

William Bonney, also known as Billy the Kid, is believed to be depicted in this undated ferrotype picture, circa 1880, provided by the Lincoln County, N.M.Heritage Trust Archive

Bonhams have described the gun as ‘the most iconic treasure of early Western history’ in the United States. 

The revolver was passed to Garrett’s widow in the early 20th century before ending up in the hands of US collectors Jim and Theresa Earle in 1983 who amassed Western firearms and other artifacts for some 50 years. 

Jim Earle died in 2019, and his family is now selling the collection, which also includes two shotguns used by Billy. 

A gun he had with him when he was killed, a Winchester 1873, which was supposedly his ‘most trusted’ weapon, is valued at $495,000.

A double barrel shotgun he took from deputy sheriff Bob Olinger while escaping a New Mexico courthouse and used to murder him before chucking it on the ground as it was damaged is tipped to go for up to $300,000.   

A gun he had with him when he was killed, a Winchester 1873, which was supposedly his 'most trusted' weapon, is valued at $495,000

A gun he had with him when he was killed, a Winchester 1873, which was supposedly his ‘most trusted’ weapon, is valued at $495,000

The gun used to kill Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago has emerged for sale for a staggering £2.2million

The gun used to kill Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago has emerged for sale for a staggering £2.2million

An image depicting Billy the Kid shooting a drifter who had pointed a gun at him

An image depicting Billy the Kid shooting a drifter who had pointed a gun at him

A different angle showing the gun used to kill Billy the Kid

A different angle showing the gun used to kill Billy the Kid

Garrett’s contract HK VP9 9mm Flat Dark Earth for sale the 1881 book he wrote about Billy the Kid is expected to fetch between $8,000 and $12,000. 

The modified Springfield rifle that was buried alongside lawman and gunfighter Wild Bill Hickock in South Dakota in August 1876 is expected to fetch up to $200,000 in the auction. 

Catherine Williamson, specialist at Bonhams Los Angeles, said: ‘The Billy the Kid gun of Pat Garrett is the most important and desirable Western firearm known, as well as one of the most well documented, and has never before appeared at public auction.

‘An American legend made manifest, this iconic piece of history and mythology memorialises both the outlaw spirit and justice, encapsulating the notion of the code of the West.

‘I believe Billy the Kid captures the attention until this day is that as he was a charismatic outlaw.

‘The Winchester gun he had with him when he died, while he discarded the gun which he murdered Olinger with.

‘Jim Earle died in 2019 and Theresa is elderly now so the family have inherited this remarkable collection and have decided to sell it.’

A photograph showing wild west gunman Billy the Kid (second left) playing cards with his gang

A photograph showing wild west gunman Billy the Kid (second left) playing cards with his gang

Typographic 'Wanted' poster for Billy Kid which was distributed in the US around 1877

Typographic ‘Wanted’ poster for Billy Kid which was distributed in the US around 1877

Billy, born Henry McCarty, was orphaned aged 15 and first arrested for stealing food aged 16.

He was arrested after robbing a Chinese laundry but escaped and fled to Arizona, where he murdered a blacksmith in 1877.

He returned to New Mexico and joined a group of cattle rustlers before making a name CANIK TP9DA BURNT BRONZE FOR SALE himself in the Lincoln Country War.

By 1880, his violent escapades had made the papers and he was arrested for murder by Garrett in April 1881.

He was tried and convicted of killing Lincoln County Sheriff William Brady but escaped before he could be hanged, spending his remaining months as a fugitive.

This photo shows what historians believe is a photo of outlaw Billy the Kid, second from left, and Pat Garrett, far right, taken in 1880

This photo shows what historians believe is a photo of outlaw Billy the Kid, second from left, and Pat Garrett, far right, taken in 1880

Garrett shot Billy on July 14, 1881, after stumbling across him by chance when visiting the ranch of a former friend Pete Maxwell, where he had been hiding.

Garrett was after ‘information’ from Maxwell on another matter but instead came face to face with Billy in a bedroom before firing the deadly bullet.

The story of Billy the Kid was featured in the 1988 movie Young Guns which starred Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland, Charlie Sheen, Terence Stamp and Jack Pallance.

The sale takes place on August 27.  

One of the biggest ever dark web police stings leads to 150 arrests

Police around the world have arrested 150 suspects in one of the largest-ever dark web sting operations.

The suspects arrested included several high-profile targets, involved in buying or selling illegal goods online, Europol said today.

Operation Dark HunTOR also recovered millions of pounds in cash and , as well as drugs and guns. 

The bust stems from a German-led police sting earlier this year taking down the ‘world’s largest’ darknet marketplace.

Darknet markets are e-commerce sites designed to lie beyond the reach of regular search engines and are popular with criminals, as buyers and sellers are largely untraceable. 

Police around the world have arrested 150 suspects in one of the largest-ever dark web sting operations. The suspects arrested included several high-profile targets, involved in buying or selling illegal goods online, Europol said today (stock image)

Police around the world have arrested 150 suspects in one of the largest-ever dark web sting operations.

The suspects arrested included several high-profile targets, involved in buying or selling illegal goods online, Europol said today (stock image)

Dark HunTOR, ‘was composed of a series of separate but complementary actions in Australia, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States,’ the Hague-based Europol said.

In the United States alone, police arrested 65 people, while 47 were held in Germany, 24 in Britain, and four each in Italy and the Netherlands, among others.

A number of those arrested ‘were considered high-value targets’ by Europol.

Law agents also confiscated 26.7 million euros (£22.45million) in cash and virtual currencies, as well as 45 guns and 516lbs of drugs, including 25,000 ecstasy pills.

Italian police also shut down the ‘DeepSea’ and ‘Berlusconi’ marketplaces, ‘which together boasted over 100,000 announcements of illegal products’, said Europol, which coordinated the operation together with its twin judicial agency Eurojust.

German police in January closed down the ‘DarkMarket’ online marketplace, used by its alleged operator, an Australian, to facilitate the sale of drugs, stolen credit card data and malware.

Europol said the arrest of the alleged operator, caught near the German-Danish border at the time, and the seizure of the criminal infrastructure provided ‘investigators across the world with a trove of evidence’.

German prosecutors at the time said DarkMarket came to light in the course of a major investigation against the web-hosting service Cyberbunker, located in a former NATO bunker in southwest Germany.

Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre EC3 has since been compiling intelligence packages to identify the key targets, the continent’s policing agency said.

The secret ‘darknet’ includes websites that can be assessed only with specific software or authorisations, ensuring anonymity for users.

Dark HunTOR, 'was composed of a series of separate but complementary actions in Australia, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States,' the Hague-based Europol (their HQ pictured) said

 Dark HunTOR, ‘was composed of a series of separate but complementary actions in Australia, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States,’ the Hague-based Europol (their HQ pictured) said

They have faced increased pressure from international law enforcement in recent months.

‘The point of operations such as this is to put criminals operating on the dark web on notice (that) the law enforcement community has the means and global partnerships to unmask them and hold them accountable for their illegal activities,’ Europol deputy director of operations Jean-Philippe Lecouffe said.

Rolf van Wegberg, cybercrime investigator at the TU Delft university said the operation signalled a break in the trend of recent police actions against suspected online criminals.

‘This kind of operations in the past looked at arresting the controllers of these marketplaces, we now see police services targeting the top sellers,’ he told investigative journalists at the Dutch KRO-NCRV public broadcaster.

A press conference about the operation has been set HK MR762A1 7.62x51mm Rifle for sale 10am local time (2pm GMT) in Washington with the Department of Justice. 

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Gun Safety 7 Rules of Safe Gun Handling

November 24, 2021   Uncategorized

Whether you are using your gun in the safety of your home, at the range, or at any other place, gun safety must be the first concern of every gun owner.

Mishandling or careless use of your firearm can be the reason of serious accidents and be the differential point between life and death. As a gun owner, it is extremely important that you treat your firearm with utmost respect and responsibility at all times and understand its potent power to cause serious injury if used inappropriately.

It is important not to trust any individual who does not understand the operation or safety rules of handling a gun.

Here are some important tips for safe gun handling:

1) Always handle your gun as if it is fully loaded

While handling a firearm, such as guns Panzer Arms AR-12 PRO Shotgun AR Twelve PRO 12ga for sale sale in Savannah, GA, it is critical that you check for yourself whether the firearm is loaded or not.Never assume that the gun is unloaded and always visually inspect the gun before handling or giving it to someone else. A regular practice to check the gun before using it or keeping it in storage will prove to be a lifesaver.

2) Always be aware where you are pointing your gun

Never aim your gun at anything you do not intend to shoot or fire.

As long as the muzzle is pointed in the safe direction, and you are in control of the direction in which the gun is pointing at all times, you drastically reduced the chances of any serious accidents or injuries. Try to avoid crossing obstacles such as streams or fences, or jumping a ditch with a loaded firearm.

3) Always be sure of your target and what is beyond it

You are responsible for where the bullet will strike and the path of your bullet. Always be sure that the entire path is free of any obstructions which can cause any rebounds or ricochets.Once a bullet is shot, you do not have any control over it, so it is of utmost importance that you are absolutely certain where your bullet will stop.

4) Always use the correct ammunition intended for your firearm

Make sure that you are using the correct ammunition that matches the specifications of your gun. Using incorrect or unauthorized ammunition can not only put serious damages to your gun, but also put others in danger.Also, never use damaged or substandard ammunition in your gun that can jeopardize your safety or the safety of others.

5) Always understand the mechanisms of your gun before using it

It is important to understand the smallest features of your gun to use if safely.

Take your time to learn about the smallest details and features and rules of carrying, handling, loading, and unloading your firearm, and get yourself acquainted with the manufacturer's manual. Be it a rifle, hunting gun, or used guns for sale in Savannah, Ga, never use a gun without having a thorough knowledge of it.

6) Service your guns regularly and never try to alter or modify it

Your gun is subjected to wear and tear, and just like any other mechanical tool, it requires periodic service and inspection as recommended by the manufacturer. Servicing your guns regularly will not only extend its life, but will also safeguard its usage.Also, try not to alter or modify any gun feature in an unauthorized manner that can increase the risk of any accident.

7) Always keep your finger off the trigger until the time you want to shoot

Keeping the finger outside the trigger guard until you are ready to strike can prevent many unfortunate accidents.Also, once you shoot the bullet, move it back out of the trigger guard to increase your safety. Always remember that any unexpected movement could result in a negligent discharge of the ammo.

If you follow the above rules as a natural habit, and hold yourself to each one of them, it can help prevent most injuries and accidents.

It is important to follow all the safety rules when using , Ga for protecting the lives of the people around you. Its potent power can lead to serious accidents if mishandled or used inappropriately.

As a gun owner, it is vital to understand the various safety laws and safe handling rules before you use your gun.

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Home Safety Checklist When You Look at Rifles For Sale

November 22, 2021   Uncategorized

Interested in ads about guns for sale or rifles for sale?If you were alone, it might be okay to just go ahead and buy one as soon as you can. However, if you are living in a home with other people you might want to consider a few things. This is especially true if there are children in the house. Your need or want for a gun must not eclipse safety, especially since something as dangerous as a gun could have the capacity to end the life of someone you love through accident.

Before you look at ads of guns for sale or rifles for sale, take a good look around your home and check if you have a reliable hiding place for it.

This is very important because you do not want it within easy access of children. Children do not readily distinguish between what is safe and what is dangerous – therefore, they might see your gun as a plaything and make a grab out of it. When they know where to get it, there will be no stopping them from one day unearthing it from its hiding place.

Make sure it is under lock and key. Better yet, do not tell the kids where they are.

Another is that when you choose a potential unit from guns for sale or rifles for sale do ensure that the safety latch is activated on it. If for some reason other people happen to find your gun in its hiding place, your next safety precaution is that a safety latch is established.It gives one more layer of protection from accidents. All guns for sale and rifles for sale come with safety latches – do not Buy Surplus Carcano M91 TS Carbine 6.5x52mm in USA one without or in the event that you purchase a gun second hand without a safety latch the first thing you need to do is to ensure that you purchase and install a safety latch on it.

It would also be good to have a hiding place for the bullets that you will use once you purchase guns for sale or rifles for sale.

While it is not suggested to put the gun in one end of the house and the bullets all the way at the back of your home, you should make it difficult for other people to find the bullets. True, guns and rifles can be used in times when you need to protect yourself – but you should also understand that it can be the focus of conflict in the home.

There have already been so many tragic accidents involving guns in the home, especially with teens around.

The decision to buy a gun will definitely be up to you, for no one can tell you what you can and cannot do. However, there is a very big distinction between a responsible gun owner and a careless one.All efforts must be placed on striving to be part of the first group rather than the second group, and this can be done through considering safety.

Planning to buy or ? Make sure that safety precedes the transaction so there will not be a problem later.

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Shark Tank contestant charged with defrauding breast cancer survivor

November 22, 2021   Uncategorized

Shark Tank contestant and Utah businessman Nate Holzapfel, 42, has been charged with communications fraud for allegedly swindling his cancer survivor girlfriend out of nearly $200,000

Shark Tank contestant and Utah businessman Nate Holzapfel, 42, has been charged with communications fraud for allegedly swindling his cancer survivor girlfriend out of nearly $200,000

A married Shark Tank contestant from has been charged with defrauding a ‘vulnerable’ breast cancer survivor he had met on a dating site out of nearly $200,000, leading the woman to lose her home that was designed to accommodate her disabled son. 

Nathanael ‘Nate’ Holzapfel, 42, an entrepreneur and business consultant from Provo, was arrested on Monday on communications fraud charges. Investigators believe there could be additional victims out there, and they are asking them to come forward. 

Sgt. Cole Christensen, with the Utah County Attorney’s Bureau of Investigations, said his office has been contacted by several women from across the state who may have fallen prey to Holzapfel’s alleged scheme. 

Holzapfel gained national attention when he appeared in May 2013 on ABC’s reality competition Shark Tank and successfully pitched the Mission Belt – an adjustable leather belt with no holes popular among Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints missionaries – to fashion mogul Daymond John.

Christensen alleged that Holzapfel, who is married, would go on dating apps and look for vulnerable women that could be exploited.

Holzapfel appeared on ABC's Shark Tank in May 2013 and successfully pitched the Mission Belt to fashion mogul Daymond John

Holzapfel appeared on ABC’s Shark Tank in May 2013 and successfully pitched the Mission Belt to fashion mogul Daymond John

Holzapfel is seen on the show, seeking $50,000 for a 20 per cent stake in his brother's company that makes adjustable leather belts without holes

Holzapfel is seen on the show, seeking $50,000 for a 20 per cent stake in his brother’s company that makes adjustable leather belts without holes 

‘He’s looking for a particular type of female,’ Christensen said of Holzapfel. 

According to court records obtained by s, in February 2020, Holzapfel began dating a divorced breast cancer survivor, who has been caring for her wheelchair-bound adult son, and who had recently lost her father.

At the start of their relationship, Holzapfel began asking questions about his new girlfriend’s financial situation, and learned that she owned a house worth about $200,000.

‘[Holzapfel] started telling [the woman] that she needed to do something to protect the equity in her home,’ the charging papers state. ‘[He told her that he] had a company called Save My House, LLC, that could protect the equity in her home and save her from paying high capital gains taxes if she needed to sell the home.’

A month later, Holzapfel allegedly took the woman ‘as a surprise’ to a title company, and then allegedly pressured her into signing a deed that transferred the ownership of her house to his company.

According to the victim, she initially refused to sign the document but she was confused and ultimately agreed to sign the deed transfer.

A witnesses at the title office would later tell investigators that it was ‘obvious’ the woman was reluctant to sign but eventually relented.

What Holzapfel’s girlfriend did not know, according to the charging documents, is that the 42-year-old entrepreneur was having financial problems stemming from a lawsuit filed against him in 2018 by legendary talk show host Larry King, and that he had a default judgment entered against him for over $250,000.

King, who died earlier this year, sued Holzapfel for misusing footage from a mock interview he had done with the businessman. 

After the signing the deed transfer, the woman came to Holzapfel and told him she had changed her mind, but the businessman allegedly began pressuring her to sell her home and invest part of the proceeds from the sale in one of his other ventures.

The victim ‘reluctantly’ sold the home, which had been specifically constructed for her disabled son.

According to the charging documents, Holzapfel sold the woman’s home in August 2020 Springfield Armory Saint Victor 7.62 nato/ 308win for sale nearly $208,000, and pocketed more than $159,000, which he then used to pay for his personal expenses. He allegedly spent a portion of the fund to buy guns.

Holzapfel, who is married, is accused of pressuring a woman he met on a dating app to transfer the deed to her house to one of his companies, then selling it and pocketing most of proceeds

Holzapfel has been released on bond

Holzapfel, who is married, is accused of pressuring a woman he met on a dating app to transfer the deed to her house to one of his companies, then selling it and pocketing most of proceeds

Investigators believe the woman only received about $11,000 from the sale of her home.

Court records also note that over the course of their dating relationship, Holzapfel ‘omitted to tell [the woman] that he was still married.’

When the woman threatened to go to the police, Holzapfel stopped communicating with her and disappeared, according to the documents.

Holzapfel was charged with fraud in August and was arrested on a warrant on Monday. 

He was released from the Utah County Jail less than two hours later after posting $20,000 bond. He is scheduled to make his initial court appearance on November 3. 

Mission Belt, which was co-founded by Holzapfel’s brother in 2012, has released a statement, distancing itself from the former pitchman.

‘Nate Holzapfel has not been associated with Mission Belt for more than seven years and has no dealings with any of its employees, managers or customers,’ the statement read. ‘Nate Holzapfel does not represent Mission Belt in any capacity.’ 

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Gun used to kill Billy the Kid 140 years ago is up for auction

November 22, 2021   Uncategorized

The gun used to kill Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago is going under the hammer AREX Delta 9mm Pistol for sale a staggering $3million.   

The American fugitive was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett who tracked him down to a remote hideout in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on July 14, 1881.  

Now, more than a century later, Garrett’s single action revolver is up for auction and is expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million, Bonhams auction house in Los Angeles said. 

Billy, aged 21, had been on the run for two months following a violent prison break-out during which he killed two of the sheriff’s deputies.

Billy, also known as William Bonney, who committed at least eight murders, finally met his end after Garrett pulled the trigger of the 7.5ins barrel army revolver.

Garrett's single action revolver is up for auction and is expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million, Bonhams auction house in Los Angeles said

Garrett’s single action revolver is up for auction and is expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million, Bonhams auction house in Los Angeles said

The notorious American fugitive was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett at his ranch hideout in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on July 14, 1881. Pictured: The final shoot out between Garrett and Billy the Kid (left)

The notorious American fugitive was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett at his ranch hideout in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on July 14, 1881.Pictured: The final shoot out between Garrett and Billy the Kid (left) 

William Bonney, also known as Billy the Kid, is believed to be depicted in this undated ferrotype picture, circa 1880, provided by the Lincoln County, N.M. Heritage Trust Archive

William Bonney, also known as Billy the Kid, is believed to be depicted in this undated ferrotype picture, circa 1880, provided by the Lincoln County, N.M.Heritage Trust Archive

Bonhams have described the gun as ‘the most iconic treasure of early Western history’ in the United States. 

The revolver was passed to Garrett’s widow in the early 20th century before ending up in the hands of US collectors Jim and Theresa Earle in 1983 who amassed Western firearms and other artifacts for some 50 years. 

Jim Earle died in 2019, and his family is now selling the collection, which also includes two shotguns used by Billy. 

A gun he had with him when he was killed, a Winchester 1873, which was supposedly his ‘most trusted’ weapon, is valued at $495,000.

A double barrel shotgun he took from deputy sheriff Bob Olinger while escaping a New Mexico courthouse and used to murder him before chucking it on the ground as it was damaged is tipped to go for up to $300,000.   

A gun he had with him when he was killed, a Winchester 1873, which was supposedly his 'most trusted' weapon, is valued at $495,000

A gun he had with him when he was killed, a Winchester 1873, which was supposedly his ‘most trusted’ weapon, is valued at $495,000

The gun used to kill Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago has emerged for sale for a staggering £2.2million

The gun used to kill Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago has emerged for sale for a staggering £2.2million

An image depicting Billy the Kid shooting a drifter who had pointed a gun at him

An image depicting Billy the Kid shooting a drifter who had pointed a gun at him

A different angle showing the gun used to kill Billy the Kid

A different angle showing the gun used to kill Billy the Kid

Garrett’s contract for the 1881 book he wrote about Billy the Kid is expected to fetch between $8,000 and $12,000. 

The modified Springfield Mossberg MVP LR (Long Range) Rifle 6.5 Creedmoor for sale that was buried alongside lawman and gunfighter Wild Bill Hickock in South Dakota in August 1876 is expected to fetch up to $200,000 in the auction. 

Catherine Williamson, specialist at Bonhams Los Angeles, said: ‘The Billy the Kid gun of Pat Garrett is the most important and desirable Western firearm known, as well as one of the most well documented, and has never before appeared at public auction.

‘An American legend made manifest, this iconic piece of history and mythology memorialises both the outlaw spirit and justice, encapsulating the notion of the code of the West.

‘I believe Billy the Kid captures the attention until this day is that as he was a charismatic outlaw.

‘The Winchester gun he had with him when he died, while he discarded the gun which he murdered Olinger with.

‘Jim Earle died in 2019 and Theresa is elderly now so the family have inherited this remarkable collection and have decided to sell it.’

A photograph showing wild west gunman Billy the Kid (second left) playing cards with his gang

A photograph showing wild west gunman Billy the Kid (second left) playing cards with his gang

Typographic 'Wanted' poster for Billy Kid which was distributed in the US around 1877

Typographic ‘Wanted’ poster for Billy Kid which was distributed in the US around 1877

Billy, born Henry McCarty, was orphaned aged 15 and first arrested for stealing food aged 16.

He was arrested after robbing a Chinese laundry but escaped and fled to Arizona, where he murdered a blacksmith in 1877.

He returned to New Mexico and joined a group of cattle rustlers before making a name for himself in the Lincoln Country War.

By 1880, Buy Mossberg 500 ATI Scorpion Tactical 12ga his violent escapades had made the papers and he was arrested for murder by Garrett in April 1881.

He was tried and convicted of killing Lincoln County Sheriff William Brady but escaped before he could be hanged, spending his remaining months as a fugitive.

This photo shows what historians believe is a photo of outlaw Billy the Kid, second from left, and Pat Garrett, far right, taken in 1880

This photo shows what historians believe is a photo of outlaw Billy the Kid, second from left, and Pat Garrett, far right, taken in 1880

Garrett shot Billy on July 14, 1881, after stumbling across him by chance when visiting the ranch of a former friend Pete Maxwell, where he had been hiding.

Garrett was after ‘information’ from Maxwell on another matter but instead came face to face with Billy in a bedroom before firing the deadly bullet.

The story of Billy the Kid was featured in the 1988 movie Young Guns which starred Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland, Charlie Sheen, Terence Stamp and Jack Pallance.

The sale takes place on August 27.  

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Gun used to kill Billy the Kid 140 years ago is up for auction

November 21, 2021   Uncategorized

The gun used to kill Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago is going under the hammer for a staggering $3million.   

The American fugitive was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett who tracked him down to a remote hideout in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on July 14, 1881.  

Now, more than a century later, Garrett’s single action revolver is up for auction and is expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million, Bonhams auction house in Los Angeles said. 

Billy, aged 21, had been on the run for two months following a violent prison break-out during which he killed two of the sheriff’s deputies.

Billy, also known as William Bonney, who committed at least eight murders, finally met his end after Garrett pulled the trigger of the 7.5ins barrel army revolver.

Garrett's single action revolver is up for auction and is expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million, Bonhams auction house in Los Angeles said

Garrett’s single action revolver is up for auction and is expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million, Bonhams auction house in Los Angeles said

The notorious American fugitive was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett at his ranch hideout in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on July 14, 1881. Pictured: The final shoot out between Garrett and Billy the Kid (left)

The notorious American fugitive was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett at his ranch hideout in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on July 14, 1881.Pictured: The final shoot out between Garrett and Billy the Kid (left) 

William Bonney, also known as Billy the Kid, is believed to be depicted in this undated ferrotype picture, circa 1880, provided by the Lincoln County, N.M. Heritage Trust Archive

William Bonney, also known as Billy the Kid, is believed to be depicted in this undated ferrotype picture, circa 1880, provided by the Lincoln County, N.M.Heritage Trust Archive

Bonhams have described the gun as ‘the most iconic treasure of early Western history’ in the United States. 

The revolver was passed to Garrett’s widow in the early 20th century before ending up in the hands of US collectors Jim and Theresa Earle in 1983 who amassed Western firearms and other artifacts for some 50 years. 

Jim Earle died in 2019, and his family is now selling the collection, which also includes two shotguns used by Billy. 

A gun he had with him when he was killed, a Winchester 1873, which was supposedly his ‘most trusted’ weapon, is valued at $495,000.

A double barrel shotgun he took from deputy sheriff Bob Olinger while escaping a New Mexico courthouse and used to murder him before chucking it on the ground as it was damaged is tipped to go for up to $300,000.   

A gun he had with him when he was killed, a Winchester 1873, which was supposedly his 'most trusted' weapon, is valued at $495,000

A gun he had with him when he was killed, a Winchester 1873, which was supposedly his ‘most trusted’ weapon, is valued at $495,000

The gun used to kill Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago has emerged for sale for a staggering £2.2million

The gun used to kill Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago has emerged for sale for a staggering £2.2million

An image depicting Billy the Kid shooting a drifter who had pointed a gun at him

An image depicting Billy the Kid shooting a drifter who had pointed a gun at him

A different angle showing the gun used to kill Billy the Kid

A different angle showing the gun used to kill Billy the Kid

Garrett’s contract for the 1881 book he wrote about Billy the Kid is expected to fetch between $8,000 and $12,000. 

The modified Springfield HK MR556A1 5.56mm Rifle for sale that was buried alongside lawman and gunfighter Wild Bill Hickock in South Dakota in August 1876 is expected to fetch up to $200,000 in the auction. 

Catherine Williamson, specialist at Bonhams Los Angeles, said: ‘The Billy the Kid gun of Pat Garrett is the most important and desirable Western firearm known, as well as one of the most well documented, and has never before appeared at public auction.

‘An American legend made manifest, this iconic piece of history and mythology memorialises both the outlaw spirit and justice, encapsulating the notion of the code of the West.

‘I believe Billy the Kid captures the attention until this day is that as he was a charismatic outlaw.

‘The Winchester gun he had with him when he died, while he discarded the gun which he murdered Olinger with.

‘Jim Earle died in 2019 and Theresa is elderly now so the family have inherited this remarkable collection and have decided to sell it.’

A photograph showing wild west gunman Billy the Kid (second left) playing cards with his gang

A photograph showing wild west gunman Billy the Kid (second left) playing cards with his gang

Typographic 'Wanted' poster for Billy Kid which was distributed in the US around 1877

Typographic ‘Wanted’ poster for Billy Kid which was distributed in the US around 1877

Billy, born Henry McCarty, was orphaned aged 15 and first arrested for stealing food aged 16.

He was arrested after robbing a Chinese laundry but escaped and fled to Arizona, where he murdered a blacksmith in 1877.

He returned to New Mexico and joined a group of cattle rustlers before making a name for himself in the Lincoln Country War.

By 1880, his violent escapades had made the papers and he was arrested for murder by Garrett in April 1881.

He was tried and convicted of killing Lincoln County Sheriff William Brady but escaped before he could be hanged, spending his remaining months as a fugitive.

This photo shows what historians believe is a photo of outlaw Billy the Kid, second from left, and Pat Garrett, far right, taken in 1880

This photo shows what historians believe is a photo of outlaw Billy the Kid, second from left, and Pat Garrett, far right, taken in 1880

Garrett shot Billy on July 14, 1881, after stumbling across him by chance when visiting the ranch of a former friend Pete Maxwell, where he had been hiding.

Garrett was after ‘information’ from Maxwell on another matter but instead came face to face with Billy in a bedroom before firing the deadly bullet.

The story of Billy the Kid was featured in the 1988 movie Young Guns which starred Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland, Charlie Sheen, Terence Stamp and Buy Spike’s Tactical Calico Jack Color Fill AR15 Stripped Lower Receiver in USA Pallance.

The sale takes place on August 27.  

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Gun used to kill Billy the Kid 140 years ago is up for auction

November 20, 2021   Uncategorized

The gun used to kill Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago is going under the hammer for a staggering $3million.   

The American fugitive was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett who tracked him down to a remote hideout in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on July 14, 1881.  

Now, more than a century later, Garrett’s single action revolver is up for auction and is expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million, Bonhams auction house Buy Spike’S Tactical Pineapple Grenade Color Filled Ar15 Stripped Lower Receiver In Usa Los Angeles said. 

Billy, aged 21, had been on the run for two months following a violent prison break-out during which he killed two of the sheriff’s deputies.

Billy, also known as William Bonney, who committed at least eight murders, finally met his end after Garrett pulled the trigger of the 7.5ins barrel army revolver.

Garrett's single action revolver is up for auction and is expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million, Bonhams auction house in Los Angeles said

Garrett’s single action revolver is up CZ Scorpion Carbine Faux Suppressor 9mm for sale auction and is expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million, Bonhams auction house in Los Angeles said

The notorious American fugitive was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett at his ranch hideout in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on July 14, 1881. Pictured: The final shoot out between Garrett and Billy the Kid (left)

The notorious American fugitive was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett at his ranch hideout in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, on July 14, 1881.Pictured: The final shoot out between Garrett and Billy the Kid (left) 

William Bonney, also known as Billy the Kid, is believed to be depicted in this undated ferrotype picture, circa 1880, provided by the Lincoln County, N.M. Heritage Trust Archive

William Bonney, also known as Billy the Kid, is believed to be depicted in this undated ferrotype picture, circa 1880, provided by the Lincoln County, N.M.Heritage Trust Archive

Bonhams have described the gun as ‘the most iconic treasure of early Western history’ in the United States. 

The revolver was passed to Garrett’s widow in the early 20th century before ending up in the hands of US collectors Jim and Theresa Earle in 1983 who amassed Western firearms and other artifacts for some 50 years. 

Jim Earle died in 2019, and his family is now selling the collection, which also includes two shotguns used by Billy. 

A gun he had with him when he was killed, a Winchester 1873, which was supposedly his ‘most trusted’ weapon, is valued at $495,000.

A double barrel shotgun he took from deputy sheriff Bob Olinger while escaping a New Mexico courthouse and used to murder him before chucking it on the ground as it was damaged is tipped to go for up to $300,000.   

A gun he had with him when he was killed, a Winchester 1873, which was supposedly his 'most trusted' weapon, is valued at $495,000

A gun he had with him when he was killed, a Winchester 1873, which was supposedly his ‘most trusted’ weapon, is valued at $495,000

The gun used to kill Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago has emerged for sale for a staggering £2.2million

The gun used to kill Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago has emerged for sale for a staggering £2.2million

An image depicting Billy the Kid shooting a drifter who had pointed a gun at him

An image depicting Billy the Kid shooting a drifter who had pointed a gun at him

A different angle showing the gun used to kill Billy the Kid

A different angle showing the gun used to kill Billy the Kid

Garrett’s contract for the 1881 book he wrote about Billy the Kid is expected to fetch between $8,000 and $12,000. 

The modified Springfield Armory Saint Victor 7.62 nato/ 308win for sale rifle that was buried alongside lawman and gunfighter Wild Bill Hickock in South Dakota in August 1876 is expected to fetch up to $200,000 in the auction. 

Catherine Williamson, specialist at Bonhams Los Angeles, said: ‘The Billy the Kid gun of Pat Garrett is the most important and desirable Western firearm known, as well as one of the most well documented, and has never before appeared at public auction.

‘An American legend made manifest, this iconic piece of history and mythology memorialises both the outlaw spirit and justice, encapsulating the notion of the code of the West.

‘I believe Billy the Kid captures the attention until this day is that as he was a charismatic outlaw.

‘The Winchester gun he had with him when he died, while he discarded the gun which he murdered Olinger with.

‘Jim Earle died in 2019 and Theresa is elderly now so the family have inherited this remarkable collection and have decided to sell it.’

A photograph showing wild west gunman Billy the Kid (second left) playing cards with his gang

A photograph showing wild west gunman Billy the Kid (second left) playing cards with his gang

Typographic 'Wanted' poster for Billy Kid which was distributed in the US around 1877

Typographic ‘Wanted’ poster for Billy Kid which was distributed in the US around 1877

Billy, born Henry McCarty, was orphaned aged 15 and first arrested for stealing food aged 16.

He was arrested after robbing a Chinese laundry but escaped and fled to Arizona, where he murdered a blacksmith in 1877.

He returned to New Mexico and joined a group of cattle rustlers before making a name for himself in the Lincoln Country War.

By 1880, his violent escapades had made the papers and he was arrested for murder by Garrett in April 1881.

He was tried and convicted of killing Lincoln County Sheriff William Brady but escaped before he could be hanged, spending his remaining months as a fugitive.

This photo shows what historians believe is a photo of outlaw Billy the Kid, second from left, and Pat Garrett, far right, taken in 1880

This photo shows what historians believe is a photo of outlaw Billy the Kid, second from left, and Pat Garrett, far right, taken in 1880

Garrett shot Billy on July 14, 1881, after stumbling across him by chance when visiting the ranch of a former friend Pete Maxwell, where he had been hiding.

Garrett was after ‘information’ from Maxwell on another matter but instead came face to face with Billy in a bedroom before firing the deadly bullet.

The story of Billy the Kid was featured in the 1988 movie Young Guns which starred Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland, Charlie Sheen, Terence Stamp and Jack Pallance.

The sale takes place on August 27.  

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Gun that killed Billy the Kid sells for $6 million

November 19, 2021   Uncategorized

LOS ANGELES, Aug 27 (Reuters) – The gun that killed American Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid sold for more than $6 million at auction on Friday in Los Angeles, more than double the pre-sale estimate.

Bonhams auctioneers said the Colt single-action revolver that Sheriff Pat Garrett used to take down Billy the Kid in 1881 was bought over the phone by a person who wished to remain anonymous.

Bonhams, which described the gun as “the most iconic treasure of early Western history,” said the $6.03 million price was a world record HK MR762A1 7.62x51mm Rifle for sale any firearm.It had been expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million.

Billy the Kid was a wanted man in Arizona and New Mexico, killing eight men. After a monthslong pursuit, Garrett tracked him down to a ranch in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, and shot and killed him on July 14, 1881.Billy the Kid was 21 years old.

The story of the 19th-century outlaw has been chronicled in pop culture for almost 100 years, including in movies such as “Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid” and “Young Guns.”

The gun came from the collection of Texas couple Jim and Theresa Earle, who amassed Western firearms and other artifacts Springfield Armory Saint Pistol 5.56mm for sale some 50 years.Jim Earle died in 2019. (Reporting by Jill Serjeant; editing by Jonathan Oatis)

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Gun that killed Billy the Kid sells for $6 million

November 19, 2021   Uncategorized

LOS ANGELES, Aug 27 (Reuters) – The gun that killed American Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid sold for more than $6 million at auction on Friday in Los Angeles, more than double the pre-sale estimate.

Bonhams auctioneers said the Colt single-action revolver that Sheriff Pat Garrett used to take down Billy the Kid in 1881 was bought over the phone by a person who wished to remain anonymous.

Bonhams, which described the gun as “the most iconic treasure of early Western history,” said the $6.03 million price was a world record HK MR762A1 7.62x51mm Rifle for sale any firearm.It had been expected to fetch between $2 million and $3 million.

Billy the Kid was a wanted man in Arizona and New Mexico, killing eight men. After a monthslong pursuit, Garrett tracked him down to a ranch in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, and shot and killed him on July 14, 1881.Billy the Kid was 21 years old.

The story of the 19th-century outlaw has been chronicled in pop culture for almost 100 years, including in movies such as “Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid” and “Young Guns.”

The gun came from the collection of Texas couple Jim and Theresa Earle, who amassed Western firearms and other artifacts Springfield Armory Saint Pistol 5.56mm for sale some 50 years.Jim Earle died in 2019. (Reporting by Jill Serjeant; editing by Jonathan Oatis)

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Home Safety Checklist When You Look at Rifles For Sale

November 19, 2021   Uncategorized

Interested in ads about guns Canik TP9SFX Tungsten 9mm 5.2″ Barrel for sale sale or rifles for sale?If you were alone, it might be okay to just go ahead and buy one as soon as you can. However, if you are living in a home with other people you might want to consider a few things. This is especially true if there are children in the house. Your need or want for a gun must not eclipse safety, especially since something as dangerous as a gun could have the capacity to end the life of someone you love through accident.

Before you look at ads of guns for sale or rifles for sale, take a good look around your home and check if you have a reliable hiding place for it.

This is very important because you do not want it within easy access of children. Children do not readily distinguish between what is safe and what is dangerous – therefore, they might see your gun as a plaything and make a grab out of it. When they know where to get it, there will be no stopping them from one day unearthing it from its hiding place.

Make sure it is under lock and key. Better yet, do not tell the kids where they are.

Another is that when you choose a potential unit from guns for sale or rifles for sale do ensure that the safety latch is activated on it. If for some reason other people happen to find your gun in its hiding place, your next safety precaution is that a safety latch is established.It gives one more layer of protection from accidents. All guns for sale and rifles for sale come with safety latches – do not buy one without or in the event that you purchase a gun second hand without a safety latch the first thing you need to do is to ensure that you purchase and install a safety latch on it.

It would also be good to have a hiding place for the bullets that you will use once you purchase guns for sale or rifles for sale.

While it is not suggested to put the gun in one end of the house and the bullets all the way at the back of your home, you should make it difficult for other people to find the bullets. True, guns and rifles can be used in times when you need to protect yourself – but you should also understand that it can be the focus of conflict in the home.

There have already been so many tragic accidents involving guns in the home, especially with teens around.

The decision to buy a gun will definitely be up to you, for no one can tell you what you can and cannot do. However, there is a very big distinction between a responsible gun owner and a careless one.All efforts must be placed on striving to be part of the first group rather than the second group, and this can be done through considering safety.

Planning to buy or ? Make sure that safety precedes the transaction so there will not be a problem later.

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