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Handgun in the mail

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by 50 Shooter, May 11, 2004.

  1. 50 Shooter

    50 Shooter member

    Ebay vendor sends wrong item to Canada, it was a mistake. The part that is stupid is the remark this punk makes. "I'm not a hit-man" so what, everyone that owns a handgun is a hit-man!?:barf:

  2. BluesBear

    BluesBear member


    Rampant stupidity is reaching epic porportions.
  3. clipse

    clipse Well-Known Member

    Out of curiousity, isn't it legal to send curio & relics through the post office?

    I would be pretty excited if I ordered an mp3 player and got that instead. I would probably have an awfully hard time giving it up. :D


    edited to add: just to clarify, I realize that the pictured firearm is not a C&R.
  4. Leatherneck

    Leatherneck Well-Known Member

    Man, how come such things never happen to me? :evil:

    TFL Survivor
  5. BluesBear

    BluesBear member

    I want the name and address of that pawn shop.
    I wanna buy a S&W .22 that looks just like the one in the story!
    In fact I'll take TWO!

    {voice=Jon Lovitz}Yeah, Yeah, that's it, it's a souvenir. That's the ticket. A souvenir.[/voice]

    I wonder if he'll try to use it? I bet he's out tracking down a copy of the latest Shotgun News right now.
  6. Jim K

    Jim K Well-Known Member

    Since the guy is English, it is a wonder he did not suffer a heart attack and die on the spot, just at the sight of a GUN!!!!!!

  7. Treylis

    Treylis Well-Known Member

    Yeah, the fact that it's a .22 just makes that more amusing. ;-)
  8. RustyHammer

    RustyHammer Well-Known Member

    I should have such 'bad' luck with my receipts!
  9. EOD Guy

    EOD Guy Well-Known Member

    Actually, a .22 is a popular caliber for mob hits. At least that's what my Uncle Vinnie tells me.:D
  10. HiWayMan

    HiWayMan Well-Known Member

    Open package.

    See contents.

    Keep your damn mouth shut.

    This is one of the many reasons we should overtake Canada. So we can rid the world of dipsh*ts like this guy.
  11. keyhole

    keyhole Well-Known Member


    Uncle once recieved a package, labeled "explosives". Found out, after tracking down the rightfull person, it contained .50 rifle rounds!:what:

    He wished the guy would have offered some range time to play with them!
  12. ducktapehero

    ducktapehero Well-Known Member

    If owning a handgun makes you a hitman then obviously I'm unemployed. I should file for unemployment.
  13. Foreign Devil

    Foreign Devil Well-Known Member

    Since you all own guns you are all hitmen ... you can write your gun/ammo purchases off as business expenses.
  14. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

    I'm not sure that the college student majoring in English means anything other than illegally acquiring a handgun in Canada by having it smuggled across the border is what a hit-man would do. Let's not sound too paranoid if we can avoid it.
  15. cerberus

    cerberus member

    I will take it

    I am a hitman so I can use another gun even a S&W 22
  16. carpettbaggerr

    carpettbaggerr Well-Known Member

    Yeah, but imagine the guy who ordered the .22 and gets an MP3 player in the mail instead. :confused: :scrutiny::cuss::fire:
  17. 45R

    45R Well-Known Member

    At least his finger isn't on the trigger..:banghead:
  18. The_Antibubba

    The_Antibubba Well-Known Member

    "I'm no hit-man"

    No-he's a Canadian. That explains the comment and commentary completely. :rolleyes:
  19. Moparmike

    Moparmike Well-Known Member

    He called the cops to retrieve the scary assassin tool. Ugh.:rolleyes:

    Only cops can handle the self-animate firearm, you know.
  20. HiWayMan

    HiWayMan Well-Known Member

    IIRC: A hitman can legally take a tax deduction on ammo and fuel according to the IRS. No ????. I only wish I could find the article to prove it.

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