http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/...l=chi-newslocalchicago-hed&ctrack=1&cset=true I wish all these dumb liberal fucks would DIAF Cache of guns seized on Southwest Side By Andrew L. Wang Tribune staff reporter Published February 16, 2006 Guns. Lots of them. Big ones and small ones. Pump shotguns and six-shot revolvers. World War I-era single-action shooters and brand-new sniper rifles with the factory tags still on them. In all, Chicago police seized more than 300 firearms and thousands of rounds of ammunition Wednesday from a Southwest Side home across an alley from an elementary school. "To the best of my recollection, this is the largest gun seizure ever in Chicago," said Lt. Stephen Glombicki, who heads the Calumet Area gun unit. Police arrested a 63-year-old man at his house in the 3700 block of West 62nd Place after monitoring the house for four days. The man has not yet been charged. Glombicki said he was being held on suspicion that he was selling weapons out of his house without a license. He could also be charged with not registering any of the firearms. Also recovered were six inert grenades, a military knife with a swastika on the handle and the phrase "Blut und Ehre"--German for "blood and honor"--on the blade and a standard army-issue AR-15 rifle. Police allege the man was trying to convert the semi-automatic machine gun to fully automatic, a violation of federal law. "You don't hunt with this," Glombicki said of the rifle. "This is strictly a military weapon." Police also found a pistol designed to fire shotgun shells--also illegal under federal law. "It's a very dangerous, ferocious weapon," Glombicki said. From about 6 feet away, "it could cut you in half." He said officers received a tip last week that the man was selling weapons from his house. They monitored the man's home and saw several people come and go from the residence over a period of four days. On Wednesday at about 10:30 a.m., they moved in and arrested the man, said Glombicki. He remains in police custody. Eric Ellis of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said police and ATF agents are still investigating where the man got the guns and what he planned to do with them. They will also perform ballistics tests to determine if any of the weapons have been used in a crime.