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In today’s entirely predictable outcomes, the ATF has begun arresting folks who bought Glock autosears off of Wish.com. How they didn’t see this coming from a mile away, I don’t know. If anyone reading this was dumb enough to make this mistake, I’d get on figuring out how to get rid of it in a way that the ATF might take mercy on you. At least do it for your dog’s sake  

 

http://www.recoilweb.com/multiple-reports-of-wish-com-glock-sear-arrests-by-atf-149143.html

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The amazing thing about stings like this is just how productive they are.  

Still. Today. In 2019.  

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14 minutes ago, MacGyver said:

The amazing thing about stings like this is just how productive they are.  

Still. Today. In 2019.  

What’s even crazier to me is that this doesn’t appear to be an updated version of the autosear sales in the back of Shotgun news sting. These appear to be an actual DIAS of Chinese manufacture that folks bought. I imagine they tracked them through credit card purchase records. Regardless, completely nuts. I also expect this sort of thing to continue, if not increase. 

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19 minutes ago, gregintenn said:

Did it dawn on anyone to go after the seller?

No ability to do so. They’re Chinese nationals operating out of China. 

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3 hours ago, Chucktshoes said:

No ability to do so. They’re Chinese nationals operating out of China. 

So could they ship drugs or radioactive material here without trouble.

I'm not trying to sound like a jerk; I just don't understand.

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3 minutes ago, gregintenn said:

So could they ship drugs or radioactive material here without trouble.

I'm not trying to sound like a jerk; I just don't understand.

Drugs are already being shipped into this country from many other nations every day. There are a lot of online pharmacies that operate out of foreign countries and ship to US residents with impunity. Radioactive materials are a slightly different ball of wax and much harder to finagle around controls than other items. 

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13 minutes ago, gregintenn said:

So could they ship drugs or radioactive material here without trouble.

I'm not trying to sound like a jerk; I just don't understand.

Yes, Fentanyl is being shipped into this country from China everyday. DHS just said they are considering classifying it as a Weapon of Mass Destruction.

Radioactive material is very easy to detect and track. Treaties & International law control it.

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10 hours ago, Johnny Rotten said:

Dam and I have 2 (R)DIAS currently sitting in my cart

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Be sure to use promo code    Iwant2go2jail

Everything about this site is sketchy.

Here is the description of the product above.  Love the part about referring to as spare parts for a motorcycle

Gen 1-4 model 17-41
Requires rework is not a prohibited product since, it is in an inoperative condition 80% drop It is not illegal for individuals to own these parts in current form. The customer and I are not required to inform.
Requires basic tooling to finish. Just replacing the backplate. This is a much more cost efficient way to own a full auto glock. The kit comes with instructions.,
When sending out we specify as spare parts for a motorcycle, we deliver practically all over the world, the delivery is free of charge.
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1 hour ago, MP5_Rizzo said:

Be sure to use promo code    Iwant2go2jail

Everything about this site is sketchy.

Here is the description of the product above.  Love the part about referring to as spare parts for a motorcycle


Gen 1-4 model 17-41
Requires rework is not a prohibited product since, it is in an inoperative condition 80% drop It is not illegal for individuals to own these parts in current form. The customer and I are not required to inform.
Requires basic tooling to finish. Just replacing the backplate. This is a much more cost efficient way to own a full auto glock. The kit comes with instructions.,
When sending out we specify as spare parts for a motorcycle, we deliver practically all over the world, the delivery is free of charge.

My promo code is ihaveastamp

 

 

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15 hours ago, gregintenn said:

So could they ship drugs or radioactive material here without trouble.

I'm not trying to sound like a jerk; I just don't understand.

It's more like...what happens if a Chinese citizen, who lives in China, violates a United States law? 

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56 minutes ago, GlockSpock said:

It's more like...what happens if a Chinese citizen, who lives in China, violates a United States law? 

Obviously nothing.

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When I first glanced at this post I thought it was an ATF sting like chucktshoes mentioned.

I wonder why like prostitution stings, the ATF hasn't tried more sting operations?

Seems like something the antigunners would be pushing for.

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You know instead of buying one of these illegal auto sears you could accomplish a similar feat by using a bump stock....oh wait.....

 

thanks Trump....lol

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38 minutes ago, Magiccarpetrides said:

You know instead of buying one of these illegal auto sears you could accomplish a similar feat by using a bump stock....oh wait.....

 

thanks Trump....lol

shocked suprised GIF

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