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Handgun in the mail

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

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  1. 50 Shooter

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    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:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/3703321.stm
     
  2. BluesBear

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    :banghead:

    Rampant stupidity is reaching epic porportions.
     
  3. clipse

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    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


    clipse

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

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

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  5. BluesBear

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    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!
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    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

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    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!!!!!!

    Jim
     
  7. Treylis

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

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

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

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    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

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    Hmmm,,,,

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

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

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    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.
     
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    I will take it

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

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

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    At least his finger isn't on the trigger..:banghead:
     
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    "I'm no hit-man"

    No-he's a Canadian. That explains the comment and commentary completely. :rolleyes:
     
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    Oddly enough, a downwardly-plunging firey handbask
    He called the cops to retrieve the scary assassin tool. Ugh.:rolleyes:

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

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    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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    Since no one has commented on my previous comment (I guess it's true that I am on more ignore lists than anyone) I will go ahead and point out that the story mentions a S&W .22 revolver yet the photo is of a person holding a Colt Python.
    :banghead:
     
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