At a press conference in Atlanta yesterday (Oct. 15), Federal prosecutors displayed the firearms siezed from T.I.'s car and house, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "The last place a machine gun or silencer should be in the hands of a convicted felon, who's not legally allowed to posess any type of firearm," said David Nahmias, a government prosecutor.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has a video (view here) and a photo gallery (view here) of the press conference, as well as a detailed breakdown (click here) of the guns Tip was allegedly attempting to buy.