I Can't Frickin' Believe EBay... Man do they suck. After a few weeks of patient lurking I finally found a good deal on a WWII US-issue M1923 cartridge belt-- a canvas belt with ten small pockets, each sized to hold a Garand en-bloc clip or a pair of stripper clips. I placed my bid on it and kept an eye on it as the end of the auction approached. Predictably, someone bid me up at the last minute, so I click to up my bid... AND GET BLOCKED! An Ebay error screen pops up informing me that "my country's laws prohibit my ownership of this item" !!!!!!!!!!!!!! The United States prohibits me from owning a belt? I guess that makes me a criminal five or six times over! This is absurd. Even if the damn thing is considered a "weapon accessory" the M-1 Garand and the M1903 aren't assault rifles even by California's definition! Looks like an over reach of ebay's own policy and a complete misstatement of "my country's law." Clearly they allowed the auction to happen to get the seller's fee, but why did they allow me to bid the first time and not the second? Do they have PC enforers scanning through the auctions banning stuff now? I still can't even believe this. At this rate you won't be able to get scissors or nail clippers on ebay pretty soon.