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Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Firearms Specifically Made For Mexican Narco Traffickers

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

Such are the weapons manufactured in the United States for the Mexican drug traffickers; some inlaid with pearls and 24 karat gold.

Video translation is as follows:

Weapons designed in the United States may have been pressed from the start to be sold here.

The lawsuit filed by the Mexican government against 11 US armories leaves evidence that apart from publicity, even the design of their weapons is specifically directed at Mexico, presumably criminal organizations. 

As an example there are the pistols the El Jefe, El Gritó, or the Emiliano Zapata 1911. Or how about this Colt limited edition Aztec Empire pistol with pearl and 24 karat gold inlays. And a pocket knife to complete the kit.

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33 comments:

  1. Well since straw hat buyers, are constantly buying guns, they themselves request the gun shops to tell the manufacturer, to put designs on them. Straw hat buyers, along with the cartels are responsible for the killings in Mexico. Lol at suing the gun manufacturer.

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  2. War is a business and American gun manufacturers are getting rich from flooding Mexico with guns

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  3. People like BlameWhitey shouldn't be allowed to own guns without a thorough mental health evaluation.

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    1. LMAO
      TOO FUCKING BAD!
      My cop and military friends are very happy I’m a 2nd amendment enthusiast. For it’s MY GOD given right as a born and bred USA!

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    2. Actually he is not allowed what so ever. He is an ex felon, illegal to have a gun, but I am sure he buys them on the dark web.

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    3. Will u approve of this comment, will I be able to own guns in YOUR eyes????
      Yay yay Lord Mencho..yay yay Los Chapitos..
      is that better? Your words tell me u believe fentanyl Floyd died because of the cops knee… your words tell me u feel bad for the little bit raper rittenhouse legally killed

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    4. Whitey I request 4 tacos raping, de carne asada and Horchancta. I will gladly pay you next Tuesday, since you have no change for $100

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    5. You actually mean...if Mexico didnt sell the U.S coke the U.S would have to buy from Columbia,Peru or Bolivia so dont blane Mexico for the U.S problems....RIGHT?

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  4. Good afternoon BB.
    It's interesting, creepy, and evelish at the same time because that last gun with a knife to complete the kit ( Has me thinking that the only purpose it would serve is for the knife to be used for cutting people parts. And that would make it a more desirable product ). At least thats what came to my head after viewing the clip. So surely that had to be some of the thought behind someone manufacturing that specific combo.

    Yo Mr Machine hope you're feeling better bro.
    Be easy.

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    1. This Rubio guy somehow gets into Sol's nerves, instead of concentrating on the article.

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    2. that was so incredibly stupid it hurt my eyes..

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    3. Rubio, what’s good playboy! I’m getting better a bit at a time. Driving under the influence here and there. Lol. Those meds ain’t no joke.

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    4. Love the me-logic, "when looking at the gun that was my thought so the manufacturer MUST have shared the SAME thought as I because MY thoughts & views are the basis of reality from which the universe emanates

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  5. I remember reading a story how the United States was mad at how China provided guns for another country. But I know why 🇺🇸 wanted to be the one providing them with guns.

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    1. Can assure you Gun manufacturers and their shareholders are very happy.
      However, most custom guns are from gunsmiiths who like artists make great money.

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  6. Maybe Mexico should let their citizens arm themselves instead of only letting the elites, the criminals, and the cops have firearms. How’s that gun control working Mexico?

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    1. that would be the logical thing to do, and people dont like logic.

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  7. If the usa didnt sell mexican cartel guns they wld buy from russia or china. Dont blame usa for mexicos problems. The mexican goverment has no shame trying to blame outsiders for the shit hole mexico is now. May be if the politicians in mexico werent so fucking greedy that they sell their mothers for dollars mexico wld be a better place.

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    1. its funny the USA is blamed for the drug production in mexico, then its also blamed for the firearm importation.. sounds like they need to take responsibility on the issue and secure their border. I suggested they screen people coming in like the usa does, to make sure guns dont get through and i was ridiculed and told that i was ridiculous for saying they would have to guard their border to stop the problem... i guess america has to fix everything in some peoples eyes.

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    2. We could go back and forth on this topic but the bottom line and the irony is that the greedy U.S is in part to blame for what problems Mexico has. the U.S sets the wage standard for countries south of the U.S border. So in order for Mexico to produce goods for the U.S, prices must be cheap so that the consumer will not complain. What do you get when you pay a Mexican laborer $200 a month for back breaking work? You get a Mexican worker who's willing to work for the cartel for $400 a month. In order to curb the violence, Mexicans need to be paid comparable wages to the U.S and Canada. Not only does that go for Mexico but Latin America as well. Decent wages will slow down crime and immigration. I'll gaurantee it.

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    3. 9:46 we won't go back and forth.

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    4. Actually Trump tried to get higher wages for the Mexican worker, the Mexican elites shot it down. And no it's not the USA's fault entirely, Mexican wages have been bottom of the barrel forever. Unfortunately, the problem of low workers wages are no longer just a concern for Mexicans but is now a global concern with the rise of Globalism.

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  8. I bought a 6500 dollar "La Obra Maestra" edition Colt .38 super all black and gold

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  9. Fentanyl and meth are made in mexico,why don’t they make guns?

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  10. Maybe if the MX SAT actually checked for weapons and money going into MX. They only check for used clothes and tires. What a joke.

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  11. There's literally millions of Mexicans in the U.S. and practically every industry/company markets products specifically to them, so why would firearms manufacturers be any different? I doubt they had Mexico in mind as the market for these weapons. It's possible, but unlikely.

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  12. The Lew Horton .38 Supers have been sold in the USA for decades. The .38 Super 1911 Colt's, by being 38 caliber, are exempt from the Federal "armas reservadas para el uso exclusivo del ejercito" law, unlike the traditional .45 ACP 1911 which is still "banned" for civilian use. This meant that well connected civilians ($$) could purchase this gun for home defense and cops could use it for work. Back in the day, a judicial/ministerial who carried a Colt .38 Super was a real badass. Those who couldn't quite make the price of one or lacked the connections, settled for Llamas or similar guns that were also .38 Supers but didn't have the cachet of the Colt. Dopers in Mexico, who love to show off and who are many times former cops, also wanted the status of the Colt Super, so they both fed the demand in the USA. I know of a few Supers being gifted to Mexican Comandantes and Generals over the years, that was a serious gift. Lew Horton, being a smart business man, began taking regular Colt 1911 Supers and embellishing the guns with engravings and grips that depicted Mexican historical events and personalities and selling them for 2 to 3 times the cost of a regular factory Colt Super. These guns sold like hot cakes to Mexican customers through mostly word of mouth. I have always found them captivating as a work of art but way overpriced for what you're getting. At this point, the guns are collectors items and most Mexican dopers now want Glocks, Sigs or Berettas with 16 round mags and a leg holster. The real status symbols now are Barretts and M249 SAWs with the odd gold coated Desert Eagle thrown in.

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