TMZ: ATF investigate 'Sons of Guns' for missing machine guns (VIDEO)

Federal agents stepped in to help “Sons of Guns” locate a shipment of weapons that includes machine guns that got stuck in the mail, TMZ reports.

According to the gossip site, Red Jacket Firearms, the shop that stars in the show, shipped some of their custom machine guns from Baton Rouge to Las Vegas for an event, but on the way back the shipment was delayed.

One of the guns was nicknamed the “Master Blaster” because it combines a Saiga 12-gauge shotgun and a Mac-11 submachine gun.

However, some of the guns in the shipment were leased from a third party, so when the guns failed to arrive home on time, one of the owners contacted the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to investigate.

Upon hearing about missing machine guns, the ATF sprung into action. While no arrests were made, the TV show was halted until all the guns were accounted for.

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