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#6494762 - 10/14/16 05:31 AM RE. shipping guns & ammo
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previous post about shipping guns. UPS ect, to me its not worth the risk to falsify about what you are shipping, I have never shipped any thing through UPS that was obvious that it was a long gun, (even just a barrel) that I wasn't asked what it was, in fact when you buy insurance they always (in my experience) ask what it is. USPS..many are shipping ammo and not declaring it dangerous, that's way to big of risk for ME to do. my 02 cents
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#6494898 - 10/14/16 08:19 AM Re: RE. shipping guns & ammo [Re: colt45]
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Cutting corners when shipping is NEVER a good idea. I have shipped several long guns through USPS. Never a problem. Obviously, they were going to a FFL holder.
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