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Posted: 1/24/2009 4:13:01 PM EST
I keep surfing in there for a coach gun and NFA goodies. I've so far seen two ads in the last 12 hours turn into a GD fun fest.  Such as a guy who wanted to sell his NFA tax stamps.  Seems that there is a small market for said items.  One team member started it off and then it was about 20 more people jumping on the dogpile even a fucking industry partner jumped in on the fun. What The Fuck, if you've got a smart ass remark save it. Why the fuck people feel like they need to shit on someone's ad is beyond me. I had to hit the report button and subscribed. A hour later the poor guys ad was deleted.  This kind of shit really pisses me off and I didn't even know the guy.
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:13:42 PM EST
Wait



What?


Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:14:10 PM EST
The EE aint what it used to be.
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:14:45 PM EST
The new EE will solve a lot of these problems.
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:15:26 PM EST
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:15:26 PM EST
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The new EE will solve a lot of these problems.



It will solve other TEAM memers and well known industry partners from shitting in threads?
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:16:26 PM EST
Some of the thread crapper need a permenent ban, seems far to many just can't help themselves and STHU.
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:16:28 PM EST
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The new EE will solve a lot of these problems.


No more comments section? More like Gunbroker?
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:16:45 PM EST
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Any comments other than I take it, IM sent, etc should earn an instant ban in the EE.



This, one guy replied to the advertisement that he would trade the guy a PB&J sanwich plus a jelly roll. I mean, those items are rather delectable but still. Jesus H

A question is one thing especially if the answer will benefit the ad. Say, the author forgot to add some sort of info that pretty much everyone will want to know, such as caliber. For anything else, use the IM feature.
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:22:38 PM EST
There is only one 'd' in ad.
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:25:41 PM EST
fixed it for the guy with a penchant for spelling.

damn spelling nazi's tonight.
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:31:04 PM EST
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There is only one 'd' in ad.




I'll ad that to my list of things to keep in mind!
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:33:03 PM EST
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:34:26 PM EST
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No link?


He said the thread was deleted!


RIF!!!  



Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:35:08 PM EST
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There is only one 'd' in ad.




I'll ad that to my list of things to keep in mind!

That was good.

Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:37:24 PM EST
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No link?


He said the thread was deleted!


RIF!!!  





Yup, deleted.

Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:39:55 PM EST
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fixed it for the guy with a pechant for spelling.


You mean "penchant" I believe.
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:40:44 PM EST
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fixed it for the guy with a pechant for spelling.


good one.......guess he's asleep.

Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:40:57 PM EST
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There is only one 'd' in ad.




I'll ad that to my list of things to keep in mind!




I see what you did there...  
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:41:02 PM EST
Someone put his NFA tax stamps up for sale?
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:41:09 PM EST
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:42:28 PM EST




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No link?






He said the thread was deleted!
RIF!!!  














Yup, deleted.








You mentioned two. Were they both deleted?
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I've so far seen two ads in the last 12 hours turn into a GD fun fest.

 
 
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 4:43:39 PM EST
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Someone put his NFA tax stamps up for sale?


Yup, apparently there is a small niche market for them. I don't know the legalities and whatnot but from what I gathered in the thread, it's legal and people do sell them for whatever reason.  However, ownership of said tax stamp does not entitle said purchaser to the NFA item listed.  Why anyone would put them in that position is beyond me but to each their own.

ETA: Also, the other one is still active and still has hope. Besides, the seller already broke the 72 hour rule. I don't want this moved to the pit. Go to the NFA section, it won't be hard to find.

Link Posted: 1/24/2009 5:45:54 PM EST
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Someone put his NFA tax stamps up for sale?


Yup, apparently there is a small niche market for them. I don't know the legalities and whatnot but from what I gathered in the thread, it's legal and people do sell them for whatever reason.  However, ownership of said tax stamp does not entitle said purchaser to the NFA item listed.  Why anyone would put them in that position is beyond me but to each their own.

ETA: Also, the other one is still active and still has hope. Besides, the seller already broke the 72 hour rule. I don't want this moved to the pit. Go to the NFA section, it won't be hard to find.



It's not remotely legal.  That's probably where there was a big crap thread about it.

It's very, very illegal.
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 5:57:56 PM EST
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Someone put his NFA tax stamps up for sale?


Yup, apparently there is a small niche market for them. I don't know the legalities and whatnot but from what I gathered in the thread, it's legal and people do sell them for whatever reason.  However, ownership of said tax stamp does not entitle said purchaser to the NFA item listed.  Why anyone would put them in that position is beyond me but to each their own.

ETA: Also, the other one is still active and still has hope. Besides, the seller already broke the 72 hour rule. I don't want this moved to the pit. Go to the NFA section, it won't be hard to find.



It's not remotely legal.  That's probably where there was a big crap thread about it.

It's very, very illegal.


It's legal.  Once the item has been sold or transferred.  There are people who collect them like any other stamp.  It's not that big of a deal.  The big stink in the thread is because of the price being asked.  Not of legal reasons.
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 6:38:00 PM EST
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Someone put his NFA tax stamps up for sale?


Yup, apparently there is a small niche market for them. I don't know the legalities and whatnot but from what I gathered in the thread, it's legal and people do sell them for whatever reason.  However, ownership of said tax stamp does not entitle said purchaser to the NFA item listed.  Why anyone would put them in that position is beyond me but to each their own.

ETA: Also, the other one is still active and still has hope. Besides, the seller already broke the 72 hour rule. I don't want this moved to the pit. Go to the NFA section, it won't be hard to find.



It's not remotely legal.  That's probably where there was a big crap thread about it.

It's very, very illegal.


My experience has been with stamp collectors buying them.  Why not sell it when your done with it?  It's only a stamp that says $200, $5.  Should get more on Ebay if they still allow them.  If a guy leaves it attached to the form 4 it brings more money.

Link Posted: 1/24/2009 6:45:48 PM EST
He seemed to imply that they were reusable. At least that's what I gathered. Like you could save the 200 tax stamp by affixing your own to a form 4.
I don't recall the specifics of what he was willing to trade for, but it included a glock of some sort, PMAGs, and several other high dollar items.
He was trying to get 400 out of the 2 stamps, and frankly should have been made fun of.

But, he did receive some offers even though they were a joke. I'm sure someone would have traded him a jelly roll and a half eaten sandwich.
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 6:49:59 PM EST
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Someone put his NFA tax stamps up for sale?


Yup, apparently there is a small niche market for them. I don't know the legalities and whatnot but from what I gathered in the thread, it's legal and people do sell them for whatever reason.  However, ownership of said tax stamp does not entitle said purchaser to the NFA item listed.  Why anyone would put them in that position is beyond me but to each their own.

ETA: Also, the other one is still active and still has hope. Besides, the seller already broke the 72 hour rule. I don't want this moved to the pit. Go to the NFA section, it won't be hard to find.



It's not remotely legal.  That's probably where there was a big crap thread about it.

It's very, very illegal.


Link to statute or ruling?
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 6:58:15 PM EST
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The new EE will solve a lot of these problems.


Hope & Change are on the way

Link Posted: 1/24/2009 7:04:02 PM EST
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Any comments other than I take it, IM sent, etc should earn an instant ban in the EE.


This

Link Posted: 1/24/2009 7:08:28 PM EST
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Someone put his NFA tax stamps up for sale?


Yup, apparently there is a small niche market for them. I don't know the legalities and whatnot but from what I gathered in the thread, it's legal and people do sell them for whatever reason.  However, ownership of said tax stamp does not entitle said purchaser to the NFA item listed.  Why anyone would put them in that position is beyond me but to each their own.

ETA: Also, the other one is still active and still has hope. Besides, the seller already broke the 72 hour rule. I don't want this moved to the pit. Go to the NFA section, it won't be hard to find.



It's not remotely legal.  That's probably where there was a big crap thread about it.

It's very, very illegal.


My experience has been with stamp collectors buying them.  Why not sell it when your done with it?  It's only a stamp that says $200, $5.  Should get more on Ebay if they still allow them.  If a guy leaves it attached to the form 4 it brings more money.



I was going to say - as a stamp collector I know some of them branch out beyond postage stamps to other official stamps. In the past the Gov. used a multitude of stamps to show payment for things. There is a name for these things... but I can't for the life of me remember what they are called.
Link Posted: 1/24/2009 7:14:51 PM EST
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Someone put his NFA tax stamps up for sale?


Yup, apparently there is a small niche market for them. I don't know the legalities and whatnot but from what I gathered in the thread, it's legal and people do sell them for whatever reason.  However, ownership of said tax stamp does not entitle said purchaser to the NFA item listed.  Why anyone would put them in that position is beyond me but to each their own.

ETA: Also, the other one is still active and still has hope. Besides, the seller already broke the 72 hour rule. I don't want this moved to the pit. Go to the NFA section, it won't be hard to find.



It's not remotely legal.  That's probably where there was a big crap thread about it.

It's very, very illegal.


My experience has been with stamp collectors buying them.  Why not sell it when your done with it?  It's only a stamp that says $200, $5.  Should get more on Ebay if they still allow them.  If a guy leaves it attached to the form 4 it brings more money.



I was going to say - as a stamp collector I know some of them branch out beyond postage stamps to other official stamps. In the past the Gov. used a multitude of stamps to show payment for things. There is a name for these things... but I can't for the life of me remember what they are called.


Marijuana stamps are popular as well.

Link Posted: 1/25/2009 2:18:59 AM EST
Link Posted: 1/25/2009 2:28:47 AM EST
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Any comments other than I take it, IM sent, etc should earn an instant ban in the EE.



+1
Link Posted: 1/25/2009 2:31:10 AM EST
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Any comments other than I take it, IM sent, etc should earn an instant ban in the EE.



I disagree. I think their account should be programmed to post thing in threads other than what they are actually posting. Things like "I'm a homo" or "I have sex with little boys" for a pre-determined amount of time, but, they can't see it, they can only see the things that they actually typed.
Link Posted: 1/25/2009 2:34:05 AM EST
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Any comments other than I take it, IM sent, etc should earn an instant ban in the EE.



I disagree. I think their account should be programmed to post thing in threads other than what they are actually posting. Things like "I'm a homo" or "I have sex with little boys" for a pre-determined amount of time, but, they can't see it, they can only see the things that they actually typed.


That would be a fitting punishment for them and a great amusement for the rest of us.

Link Posted: 1/25/2009 2:42:09 AM EST
Link Posted: 1/25/2009 3:12:38 AM EST
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Any comments other than I take it, IM sent, etc should earn an instant ban in the EE.


Women's panties really aren't that tight if you have a small penis.
Kind of ironic since we set your account up like that 2 years ago...

 



Link Posted: 1/25/2009 3:17:28 AM EST
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Any comments other than I take it, IM sent, etc should earn an instant ban in the EE.


Women's panties really aren't that tight if you have a small penis.
Kind of ironic since we set your account up like that 2 years ago...

 





Aimless has caught my smartass disease I see.
Link Posted: 1/25/2009 4:23:35 AM EST
Link Posted: 1/25/2009 5:04:34 AM EST
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Any comments other than I take it, IM sent, etc should earn an instant ban in the EE.


Women's panties really aren't that tight if you have a small penis.
Kind of ironic since we set your account up like that 2 years ago...

 




Link Posted: 1/25/2009 5:43:11 AM EST
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Any comments other than I take it, IM sent, etc should earn an instant ban in the EE.


Women's panties really aren't that tight if you have a small penis.
Kind of ironic since we set your account up like that 2 years ago...

 



LOL!!!

Link Posted: 1/25/2009 6:09:52 AM EST
Link Posted: 1/25/2009 6:14:31 AM EST


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Someone put his NFA tax stamps up for sale?




Yup, apparently there is a small niche market for them. I don't know the legalities and whatnot but from what I gathered in the thread, it's legal and people do sell them for whatever reason.  However, ownership of said tax stamp does not entitle said purchaser to the NFA item listed.  Why anyone would put them in that position is beyond me but to each their own.



ETA: Also, the other one is still active and still has hope. Besides, the seller already broke the 72 hour rule. I don't want this moved to the pit. Go to the NFA section, it won't be hard to find.







It's not remotely legal.  That's probably where there was a big crap thread about it.



It's very, very illegal.


Can you substantiate that?  



 
Link Posted: 1/25/2009 6:24:28 AM EST
Link Posted: 1/25/2009 6:27:29 AM EST
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Any comments other than I take it, IM sent, etc should earn an instant ban in the EE.


Women's panties really aren't that tight if you have a small penis.
Kind of ironic since we set your account up like that 2 years ago...

 





Link Posted: 1/25/2009 6:28:14 AM EST
a fucking industry partner

they can do no wrong here
Link Posted: 1/25/2009 6:29:38 AM EST
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It's not remotely legal.  That's probably where there was a big crap thread about it.

It's very, very illegal.




It's completely legal. That has nothing to do with why there was a big crap in the thread about it.

It's very, very legal.
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