NEWARK–At the police firing range in a desolate industrial area of the city, a detective took aim at the target, a grey cinder block.
He raised the BCM assault-style rifle, telescoping shoulder stock pressed firmly against his right shoulder, left hand on a grip in the front, and fired with a loud crack.
The concrete block at the other end of the range exploded violently, as if it had been hit by a cannon.
The guns being taken off the streets in Newark these days often range from the firepower of a combat weapon, to modern semi-automatics little different than those carried …read more
Source: NJ.com Essex