A large number of weapons were stolen during an armed robbery at Antvorskov barracks in Denmark at the weekend. http://nyhederne.tv2.dk/krimi/article.php/id-19602125.html Three robbers forced their way into the guardroom a little after three in the morning on Sunday and threatened the sole member of the three person guard team who was awake with a sawn off shotgun, before forcing him to give up keys and alarm codes to the weapons storage areas. The three guards were then restrained with gaffa tape. Both the Police and the Danish MOD have been reluctant to say exactly how many weapons were stolen, but according to the press it was around 200 including M95 rifles (C7's) M96 carbines (C8's) and pistols (probably SIG P210's). A large part of Antorskov Kaserne (home of the Garderhusarregiment) is open to the public, so the criminals could drive to the centrally located guardroom, and the weapons storage area without being stopped. To make matters even easier for the robbers, all the guards' weapons had to be locked in a secure cabinet inside the guardroom, making it impossible for the guard to reach his weapon when the robbers entered. The robbers may have been driving a German registered black metallic Audi A6 S-line estate car, and the three robbers spoke English among themselves. Speculation is rife as to what the weapons were stolen for (terrorism/organised crime/etc.......) So if anyone offers you a cheap Canadian M16, you know where it came from!