On his way to this weekend’s Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot in West Point Kentucky:
Allen Harvey Friedlander, of Southfield, Mich., was piloting the plane when it crashed on an outer road that circles the fair grounds between gates 1 and 6 about 8:30 p.m., FAA spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said.
No one else was on board the Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee, which was registered to Friedlander.
Eight machine guns, three upper receivers — or gun parts used for assembly — and several thousand rounds of ammunition were removed from the plane, according to Alicia Smiley, a Louisville Metro Police spokeswoman, but the amount and types of guns removed was unavailable.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is investigating the weapons, which are being held in Louisville police’s property room, Smiley said.
Full Story – HERE
My guess is he was bringing all the guns to the Knob Creek shoot to make some money off rentals. (Now Confirmed HERE)
Interview with the Pilot:
Hopefully the man makes a speedy recovery, and the ATF gives him his guns back.