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Someone probably not concerned about the 10-round magazine limit (7 in NY)

Someone probably not concerned about the 10-round magazine limit (7 in NY)

From The Providence Journal:

“IPlead ThePiff” posed on his Facebook page with marijuana, money, a delivery guarantee — and guns.

“I don’t talk,” he wrote on one photo. “I let my guns sing and if a … gotta problem. wit it tell em my revolver said it.”

A commenter warned him: “Stop putting them picks up. Thats how I got raided.”

But IPlead ThePiff — a 19-year-old gang member named Darren Main Jr. — didn’t listen.

Providence narcotics officers saw the Facebook page and accepted IPlead’s 24-hour delivery invitation. This month, Main sold drugs to an undercover detective and talked about buying a gun, the police said.

On Monday, police raided Main’s residence at 670 Manton Ave. and seized marijuana and two guns. Main was charged and held without bail.

And no limit is going to stop him from using his six-shooter. He’s the problem.


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I’m sure he’s very concerned about gun violence and will be the first to sell his gun back to the authorities.

Mr. Main is a Darwinian example bouncing on the spring-board to oblivion.

Thing is he will likely…

1. procreate

2. take out someone innocent before he goes

3. be MORE of an expense to society

I wonder who he voted for.

Just out of idle curiosity.

Proper use of revolvers. Lesson #1.Cock hammer. Pull trigger. This lesson, courtesy of the Ed Schultz Firearm Academy.

Under the maleficent Obama regime, which includes the ever-specious Eric Holder DOJ, lawlessness will continue to grow at a very rapid rate.

I bet dollars to donuts this poor dope doesn’t live to see his 21st birthday. What a waste.

Serious question…

why is this senile, ideologue guy on anything LIKE a “news” program…!?!?

I mean, shouldn’t he go the way of Crazy Helen Thomas?

Oh, come on guys. IPlead ThePiff just needed a good talk with his high school counselor, and now needs a talk with his doctor who can warn him about the health risks of guns and stuff. Maybe his Dr. can give him some firearm safety tips and whatnot.

    EllisWyatt in reply to Yukio Ngaby. | January 17, 2013 at 3:25 pm

    “Guns are bad. You shouldn’t own a gun, m’kay? If you own a gun, you’re bad, ’cause guns are bad m’kay? It’s a bad thing to own a gun, so don’t be bad, by ownin’ a gun m’kay?” — Mr. Mackey

SoCA Conservative Mom | January 17, 2013 at 12:51 pm

Politicians are taking the easy route of banning guns and ammunition rather than the very difficult task of repairing all the damage done by social engineering. Main is only a symptom of the problem. Politicians are not interested in fixing the problems, they would be run out of office. Which is easier? Banning guns and ammunition or fixing the mental health system? Banning guns and ammo or fixing incompetent, absent or disinterested parents?

Well, the way he wears his pants will be a sure fire way to attract attention in any jailhouse.

Actually, I don’t mind having a lower capacity magazine. Anyone who gets hit from a .45 M1911A is going down and will stay down. Good gun control also means knowing when NOT to shoot (as well as good grouping). The retired USMC Master Sergeant who taught me would have my head if I let off more than one round at a time or not knowing where that round would land.

    jdkchem in reply to SeniorD. | January 17, 2013 at 4:10 pm

    The one shot myth strikes again.

      Sanddog in reply to jdkchem. | January 17, 2013 at 8:44 pm

      It’s possible with a well placed shot but that’s generally not the reality so I go with a 9mm loaded with 124 grain +P+. My husband carries a .45 because that’s what he always carried but I don’t feel even remotely worried about my ammunition under-performing.

    ronin65 in reply to SeniorD. | January 17, 2013 at 9:44 pm

    NO. With all due respect. I have stood over a body that required 15 well placed 45acp hydroshocks to make it stop trying to kill people. NO round can make a guaranteed one shot stop. Which is THE reason I carry as many “high capacity” magazines as I can;always. and a flashlight cause sometimes bad things happen in the dark.

Henry Hawkins | January 17, 2013 at 1:14 pm

This kid is quite tough on the street with a dozen of his gang buddies behind him, but trust me, once he gets to prison he will suffer the attentions of older cons every time he goes to the showers alone. He’s got pillow-biter punk bitch written all over him. In the sport of prison dating, he’ll definitely be a catcher, not a pitcher.

Let’s tell him that David Gregory got away with his crime.

9thDistrictNeighbor | January 17, 2013 at 1:38 pm

That photo belongs in a dictionary as an entry for self-loathing. More proof that tattoos are not middle-class.

“This boy don’t need a judge, he needs an analyst’s care!
It’s just his neurosis that oughta be curbed.
He’s psychologic’ly disturbed!”

not going to look into it but its possible his revolver has more than 6, so that 7 limit thing surely helped /sarc

I am awful glad he ” Turned himself in “


Wait. Is he one of those “white hispanics”?

If so, he’s really in trouble.

Let’s set him up on a date with one of the Obama girls.

Personally, will I get into NY trouble because my wheel gun is an 9-shooter?

I just wanted to note the irony of someone calling himself “IPleadThePiff” going out of his way to publicly incriminate himself (even after a warning from an associate).

And the great thing is that he will now get the “Big Boy” punishment since he’s 19 y.o.!

I arrested an 18 y.o. once who was caught red-handed committing a burglary. He had just turned 18. Of course, in the juvi system he was always treated with kid gloves. I will never forget the look on his face when I told him that, since he had just turned 18, he was looking at 5 years behind bars. All the blood in his face went to his toes!

Our gangbanger buddy hopefully will have the same experience.

justanothertexan | January 18, 2013 at 9:42 am

I think you are all missing the point. This young man is obviously not looking to actually use any of these items – he just wants to display them to make a point, as part of his reporting on the issue of gun violence and drug crime. I’m sure that he checked with his producers before he posted this, and they told him that they had checked with someone who had checked with someone, and there would be no problems in using these props to make his point……

    Henry Hawkins in reply to justanothertexan. | January 18, 2013 at 12:36 pm

    You know, you’re right, and I’m ashamed of my earlier dismissive comment. In fact, this kid is an educator, a neighborhood hero, a… community organizer! Yeah, that’s the ticket.

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