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  1. Rickenbacker53
    05-28-2009 08:01
    Rickenbacker53
    you asked: Did you think about contacting the USPS Postal Inspectors? And the UPS Security people?

    I have thought about that route. It would by far be the simplest solution. My only concern with that approach, especially with the Post Office is now I'd have the Feds. involved which might be discovered by some anti-gun politician, which makes the news and we all suffer. But I have it in writing from 2 separate guys that they are sending unmarked from the post office.So I don't know what to do..

    I have actually thought of emailing these individuals with a warning, but than how do I know they heeded it?? I want to do something . Although based on the thread comments most feel it's none of my business.

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