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three (3) Romanian AK-47 rifles one (1) Smith & Wesson model 340PD .357 pistol, two (2) FNH 57, 5.7x28mm handguns, two (2) FNH PS 90 5.7x28mm rifles, one (1) HK91 .308 rifle, and one (1) FN 5.7 handgun
That’s the list of weapons Harry Maxwell Rady, son of prominent La Jolla businessman Ernest Rady, bought from an unlicensed seller between February and May 2007, according to a press release issued by the U.S. Attorney’s office.
The press release states that Rady paid $10,000 for the firearms.
Harry Rady, 40, pleaded guilty today in federal court on the charges of receipt of firearms without a license. He faces up to five years incarceration and a $250,000 fine. Rady will be sentenced on Oct. 22.