Thursday, February 26, 2009

Instructions-- Alex Sackmann

Field Stripping of an M16 A2 Assault Rifle
Alex Sackmann
Due to the need of handling the m16 A2 assault rifle, all members of the NMU Bounty Hunters team must possess the knowledge to field strip the rifle in order to clean or replace parts in the field.
Warning: Gun powder residue may contain lead. Lead is a toxic substance that may cause cancer or other diseases. Field strip only in a well ventilated area and wash hands after handling. Firearms are dangerous and should only be handled by adults. Make sure the rifle is clear of ammunition before stripping and always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.
1. First remove the magazine from the rifle. Push in the button on the right side of the rifle, just above and to the right of the trigger.

3. Pull back the charging handle to make sure the rifle is unloaded. Check the chamber.
4. Charging Handle

5. Push out the take down pin and the receiver pivot pin. The will separate the upper receiver from the lower receiver.

7. Pull back the charging handle (lower left picture), and remove the bolt carrier assembly (see picture 13).

9. Pull the charging handle back then down to remove it also.

10. On the bolt carrier assembly, remove the safety pin and the firing pin.
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12. Push in on the bolt assembly so it goes into a locked position.
13. Bolt Carrier Assembly>>
14. Give the bolt cam pin a quarter turn. This will allow you to pull it out.
15. bolt cam pin.

16. Once the bolt cam pin is out, you can now remove the bolt assembly.
17. Bolt Assembly

18. Once this is completed, the upper receiver is field stripped.

19. Now go back to the lower receiver.

21. Push down the retainer lever near the butt stock and spring.

23. Once this is pushed down, the spring will pop out.

24. Remove the buffer from the spring.
25. Buffer>>> spring

26. Field stripping of the lower receiver is now complete.

Refer to US Army Field Manuel 23-9 for further assistance

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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Press Release

We have called a press meeting today to discuss the reasons for the actions against our future target, Jason Troublemaker age twenty-six. His crimes have encompassed thievery, use of drugs, hijacking, and destruction of private property. As a criminal he is a danger to society and it is our privilege and duty to make sure that he is found and pays for all the wrongs he enforced on other good standing citizens.

Jason’s past experiences have included robbing a gas station and attempting to rob a country club. He has been tested with marijuana in his system on two accounts, the first while being pulled over for a traffic violation and the second when he was arrested for his first thievery attempt. The hijacking was his elderly neighbor’s teal Ford Taurus, the two were not well acquainted and he did not ask for permission. The destruction of private property was to his neighbor’s privacy fence, in which he drove through the gate and at the hospital where he hit an ambulance in his rush and then of course to the vehicle he drove throughout this occurrence. The ambulance driver and his son who was in the front seat suffered minor bruises as did the driver.

The cost that Jason has inflicted on his fellow neighbors has amounted to an estimated amount of $3,000. The figures for this number come from the two robberies where he stole $750 from the gas station, $50 from the country club, as the police were called to the scene, $150 for the privacy fence gate and $1,050 to the neighbor’s teal Taurus, and finally $1,000 from the exchange with the ambulance.

As the NMU Bounty Hunters, we are proud to use our personnel to find and bring this man to justice for the crimes he has committed against you good people and do our best to make sure he gets the full punishment of his actions to reconcile all of his misconduct as a citizen and prevent other such occurrences by his example. Thank you ladies and gentlemen for your time, that is all for the time being.

News Article

Detroit Free Press February 11, 2009

How Dangerous Are Our Criminals?

Many people saw the press release from the NMU Bounty Hunters earlier today, but do you know the whole story? Next we will take a closer look at the story from a different point of view, from the person who actually committed the crimes.

After Jason Troublemaker had been captured our news program had the privilege to be able to speak to him personally and found that there was much more behind the criminal behavior than one might have believed.

Jason apparently has a son suffering from medical issues and treatment and care have been expensive. Jason replied earlier when asked why he had done all these curious behaviors, what the motive was behind everything. He replied:

“We are short on money being from the middle class, but we love our son more than anything else in the world. When we looked at our options on how to help him, being as due to the seriousness of his condition our insurance would no longer cover us, we were not left with much choice. We sold off everything we had including our car t help follow the laws and do what we could to provide for our son. However that was not enough. I was left with no other option available but to find money as quickly as possible. That led to the robbery attempt and then the actual robbery of the gas station. While doing this, we felt bad about the lengths we had to go to and fell to using drugs to cope with our guilt. Afterwards our son had a physical lapse and we needed to get to the hospital quickly, I wasn’t thinking but saw our neighbor’s car in his parking spot and quickly hopped the privacy fence and hotwired it on. I drove through the fence and then put my son in the passenger seat and drove as quickly as I could to the nearest hospital and in my rush accidently hit an ambulance, which caused damage to both cars; the one I stole and the ambulance that I hit. After I managed to get my son help, the police showed up and handcuffed me. I know what I did was wrong, but I could see no other options and did what I thought was the best for my family, but I would like to publically apologize to any and everyone whom I caused any damage or grief to.”

This is quite the heartwarming tale. Jason is not quite the criminal that we were led to believe and if we look closely at his story we can see where it makes some sense.

Earlier this month the neighbors witnessed Jason selling their only car and could not figure out why. Jason also has had no previous criminal record, except for the past month when his son’s health started to wane critically. While petty crooks try stealing from gas stations and country clubs that are left unobserved, most do not attempt to steal a teal Ford Taurus, which are quite common and not usually sought after.

This concludes our behind the scenes peek at the true story and reasons for our caring criminal Jason Troublemaker. Thank you and goodnight, next we look at possible reasons for peanut butter that is causing health problems.