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Former U.S. Marine Jon Hammar, who served combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, was arrested for illegally possessing an antique firearm even though he declared the gun to Mexican customs agents. He is shown here in a Mexican prison in Matamoros. (Photo courtesy of Olivia Hammar)

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Former U.S. Marine Jon Hammar, who served combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, was arrested for illegally possessing an antique firearm even though he declared the gun to Mexican Customs agents. He is shown here in a Mexican prison in Matamoros. He could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted. (Photo courtesy Olivia Hammar)

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Former U.S. Marine Jon Hammar, who served combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, was arrested for illegally possessing an antique firearm even though he declared the gun to Mexican customs agents. He is shown here in a Mexican prison in Matamoros. (Photo courtesy of Olivia Hammar)

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Former Marine Jon Hammar, who served combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, was arrested for illegally possessing an antique firearm even though he declared the gun to Mexican Customs agents. He is shown in an official 2003 USMC portrait. He could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted. (Photo courtesy Olivia Hammar)

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Former Marine Jon Hammar, who served combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, was arrested for illegally possessing an antique firearm even though he declared the gun to Mexican Customs agents. Shown is the recreational vehicle he was driving to a Costa Rica on a surfing trip when arrested. He could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted. (Photo courtesy Olivia Hammar)

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Former Marine Jon Hammar, who served combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, was arrested for illegally possessing an antique firearm even though he declared the gun to Mexican Customs agents. Shown is the rifle in his possession when he was arrested in Mexico while on his way to surf in Costa Rica. He could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted. (Photo courtesy Olivia Hammar)

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Former Marine Jon Hammar, who served combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, was arrested for illegally possessing an antique firearm even though he declared the gun to Mexican Customs agents. He is shown during surfing in Costa Rica in 2007. He could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted. (Photo courtesy Olivia Hammar)

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Former Marine Jon Hammar, who served combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, was arrested for illegally possessing an antique firearm even though he declared the gun to Mexican Customs agents. He is shown here on a surfing trip to Costa Rica in 2007. He could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted. (Photo courtesy Olivia Hammar)

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Former Marine Jon Hammar, who served combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, was arrested while on his way to surf in Costa Rica. for illegally possessing an antique firearm even though he declared the gun to Mexican Customs agents. He is shown here in Miami in 2011. He could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted. (Photo courtesy Olivia Hammar)

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Former Marine Jon Hammar, who served combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, was arrested for illegally possessing an antique firearm even though he declared the gun to Mexican Customs agents. He is shown in an official 2003 USMC portrait. He could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted. Photo courtesy Olivia Hammar. (Associatd Press)

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Former Marine Jon Hammar, who served combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, was arrested for illegally possessing an antique firearm even though he declared the gun to Mexican Customs agents. He is shown in an official 2003 USMC portrait. He could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted. Photo courtesy Olivia Hammar. (Associatd Press)

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Former Marine Jon Hammar is shackled to his bunk in a prison in Matamoros, Mexico. The Iraq and Afghanistan combat veteran (official 2003 portrait at top) was arrested at the border while trying to declare a prized heirloom gun (below) he was carrying on a surfing trip. He reportedly is no longer in chains. (Associated Press)

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Former Marine Jon Hammar, who served combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, was arrested for illegally possessing an antique firearm even though he declared the gun to Mexican Customs agents. He is shown in an official 2003 USMC portrait. He could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted. Photo courtesy Olivia Hammar. (Associatd Press)