It is very strange that many guns went missing in the surrounding area without anyone in authority becoming suspicious. Perhaps the majority were swapped for drugs by locals in the surrounding counties.
Most of the guns are probably severely damaged beyond usefulness, being stored like cordwood and subject to humidity changes in the boondocks of South Carolina.
Well I guess my claim to fame is I've been to his store. Good friend of mine has a farm in SC, we stop in his place often when down there. Really nice guy, who would have ever guessed.
I'm sure they are going to find some nice collectable guns in that pile, not sure what condition they'll be in though.
Some may get their guns back, some may end up being sold, police could reap some big bucks from this bust, they sure could use it, very poor part of SC.