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Old 05-02-2012, 08:30 PM
hangdog hangdog is offline
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safety.....online auction selling




I'm considering listing an LDS (lead delivery system/handgun) for sale online but am spooked about someone tracking sellers for potential criminal activity such as B&E + robbery/theft.

Looking for some input to help reduce the potential of such an event.
Anyone know of sources of information about such issues and prevention?
Personal experiences?

Seems a no brainer about not placing a phone # in listing. I believe that only the "winning" bidder will have access to personal information such as address....maybe?

Sure, the seller does have guns and probably knows how to use them effectively. Headaches no one needs though.

Any insight or referal is appreciated.
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