OK coming from the serious side. Has anyone contacted the seller and explained to him what is wrong?
Thought I would follow up on this as well, this is what I sent to the seller. I figure if they hear it a few times that it might be taken seriously.Fired off a message to the seller. Told him if your auction is on the gun boards it won't be long before the helo's start hovering.
Actually, I suggested a quick auction cancellation and either have a professional fix it ASAP or destroy it.
I'm saving it on my watch list to see what happens.
Destroy it and keep photographic evidence of it's destruction, turn it in to ATF, repair it in the correct manner. Those are the only choices to my knowledge.This may seem like a dumb question, but if the seller did not personally do the modification (pawn shop, gun store, trade in, etc.), what is the correct protocol for this sort of thing? Should they destroy the rifle? Turn it in to LE or ATF? Bury it at a crossroad under a full moon?
I would think that destroying it could be seen as destroying evidence, as creating it was a crime. Then again, possession is also not legal, so not destroying it could be used against them....