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Racinejason182,Thief

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by tws3b2, Jan 29, 2020.

  1. tws3b2

    tws3b2 Member

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    Some of you may remember. Several months ago I posted here that I was fixing up a old J. Stevens model 54 410ga shotgun and looking for a bolt ASSEMBLY. I've looked most everywhere on the internet. With no success . I looked at Numrich gun parts and posted three photos on their sites fourm. One photo of my barrel with the make and model number and two photos of a bolt assembly similar to what I'm looking for. I also put ads on Armslist in several states. The other day I got a response from [email protected]. Racinejason182 said he had the bolt Assembly I was looking for. We came together about the price. But, Ive been around a lot of years. I've learned that there are a lot of people out there that will flat out screw you out of every penny you got if they can. [email protected] turns out to be one of them. I wanted to make sure racinejason182 really had what I'm looking for . I asked racinejason182 to send me photos of the shotgun make and model number stamp on the barrel and of the bolt Assembly. He sent me three photos. One of the make and model number stamp on the barrel and two of the bolt Assembly. Problem is, All three are My Photos of My Barrel Stamp And My Bolt ASSEMBLY that I posted on Numrich several months ago. The sorry SOB was using my own photos to try to screw me. Another thing people should learn, Never try to pissdown the back of the guy with the gun. Be careful when you are dealing person to person on sites like Armslist and others. Even on gun fourms. [email protected],s are everywhere. By the way, If anybody knows of Any good Spam sites I'm sure [email protected] would love for you to sign him up. He's probably a lonely guy and would love to get some emails.
     
  2. BBBBill

    BBBBill Member

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    Reminds bit of a recent event that happened to my cousin and her husband. Someone broke into their house while they were gone and stole a lot of valuable items including some guns. Later that week the perps came into the pawn shop that he owns in the large city about 20 miles south of their home town and tried to pawn/sell his own property to him. Fortunately he has a plan in place to deal with known or suspected thieves. The perps were very surprised when the cops walked up to them in the store within minutes of their attempt to sell stolen goods.
     
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