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Jim Gould, who works for Bargus part-time, is out back fieldstripping a pair of stolen H&K semiautomatics, so there is nobody in the rear storeroom, where a pair of TV screens show the interior of the store from two angles, one from a visible camera above the door, the other from a lens hidden inside the shell of a portable stereo kept on a shelf behind the register.
"Not a bad bunch," Sarge said as they lounged together against a bulkhead, enjoying the break between a physical training Course and a session on fieldstripping light hand weapons.
Saying something's wrong with a trained and supervised 11-year-old girl fieldstripping is like saying there's something wrong with a trained and supervised 11-year-old girl juggling knives.