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pete44ru

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George Tucker said:
now that Payl Pal has left Ebay, how does a person buy on Ebay?. Thanks, George.


Easy question - IMO, NO firearms enthusiast should buy a single item item through that blatantly anti-gun business, including it's lapdog PayPal.

Like Ben Franklin once said:

"We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately."


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pete44ru said:
George Tucker said:
now that Payl Pal has left Ebay, how does a person buy on Ebay?. Thanks, George.


Easy question - IMO, NO firearms enthusiast should buy a single item item through that blatantly anti-gun business, including it's lapdog PayPal.



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10X....Once I learned of e-butt's position on guns, that was it for me. I will NEVER deal with them again...EVER! :x
 

pisgah

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Well for a company that's admittedly anti-gun in its philosophy, it is amazing how many gun parts I need that I find there, some very scarce and almost always cheaper than I can find them anywhere else...

For instance, I just searched "Marlin 336 gun parts" and got 229 items, "Smith & Wesson parts", 1291 items, "Ruger parts", 1433, etc., etc.
 

Sax.45

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I usually pm the seller and ask if they will take a Postal MO, Most say no problem. I've done it many times.
 

pete44ru

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pisgah said:
Well for a company that's admittedly anti-gun in its philosophy, it is amazing how many gun parts I need that I find there, some very scarce and almost always cheaper than I can find them anywhere else...

For instance, I just searched "Marlin 336 gun parts" and got 229 items, "Smith & Wesson parts", 1291 items, "Ruger parts", 1433, etc., etc.



For me, boycotting them is a matter of principle, not economics.

It's worth every penny to me, to not support an anti-gunner's business.


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pete44ru said:
pisgah said:
Well for a company that's admittedly anti-gun in its philosophy, it is amazing how many gun parts I need that I find there, some very scarce and almost always cheaper than I can find them anywhere else...

For instance, I just searched "Marlin 336 gun parts" and got 229 items, "Smith & Wesson parts", 1291 items, "Ruger parts", 1433, etc., etc.



For me, boycotting them is a matter of principle, not economics.

It's worth every penny to me, to not support an anti-gunner's business.


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If you pay taxes, you support anti-gunners! :mrgreen:
 
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