After tactical shop closes, bank wants the hundreds of weapons

FREMONT, Neb. (WOWT) -- A Nebraska store has closed its doors for good and a bank has filed papers to take control of its merchandise, which requires tight security.

“We have everything you need to build an AR-15,” plays a Facebook video touring the company.

Guns, ballistic vests, and even a flame-thrower are among some of the inventory. Great Western Bank is putting the heat on the company by filing a replevin action.

Tactical Solutions Gear has a debt to the bank listed at more than $4.6 million.

According to the replevin documents, the amount of tactical gear this business had in inventory at one time would outfit a small army.

6 On Your Side reached out to the owner, Craig Harbaugh, who said the weapons and tactical gear are “completely secure.”

As for the $4.6-million debt and replevin action, he’s “not at liberty to say.”

6 On Your Side asked Great Western Bank what will happen to the hundreds of weapons and tactical gear; they replied with "no comment."

According to an auction company, the firearms and merchandise are in a secure place.

The most recent court filing is an order to compel the owner of Tactical Solutions Gear to provide more documents.