Russ learns Agent Petty's true identity and makes plans to murder, steal and flee. Wendy stumbles on an ideal business to add to the Byrde portfolio.
Did You Know?
The rifle Jonah Byrd buys is a Ruger Mini-14. When he fires it, it seems to fire full auto. Although a fully automatic (Class III) weapon would have cost tens of thousands of dollars and take up to a year of background checks and interviews to obtain from a specialized dealer, the rate of fire shown is far below the Mini-14's cyclic rate and is more likely caused by Jonah's poor control of the weapon allowing the recoil to trigger the next shot.
This is commonly practiced by gun owners and is known as "bump firing" See more
[about their latest cash influx
Skip wrapping it. Just get it out of sight.
Martin 'Marty' Byrde
No, I can't just stack bills in a wall and call it a day. There's rot, and there's termites, there's rats. First year I did this, Bruce lost 300K in two days to squirrels.