Smuggling Arms to and from the US

I KNOW this happens. I've heard of modern AK-12s selling for between $10,000 to $20,000, along with other collectible firearms. They are first converted to being semiauto before being placed on the market, and likely before shipment, but they make it to the US, just like foreign drugs make it to the US. The US also transports firearms to foreign countries, and not just across the Mexican-American border, firearms get transported from the US to Europe and Asia, and from Europe and Asia into the US. There are tons of European and Asian guns that are just not legally imported to the US, but you can still occasionally find them on websites like gunbroker. The only way this is possible is if someone is smuggling them. Obviously, the only people buying such guns are going to be bona fide collectors, rather than hardened criminals, since when they do turn up on the grey market, they sell for several thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars. This is obviously very profitable, but clearly more dangerous than smuggling drugs, since the feds are going to go crazy if they find out you're smuggling arms, even though these arms are virtually exclusively going to end up in the hands of collectors. I'm not asking for any tutorials. I just want to hear some stories. I've heard that a lot of these items are transported via small yachts in international waters, with innocuous fishing boats coming up to the yachts to collect the goods and transport them to shore. I've also heard of people successfully literally mailing firearms overseas. I don't know how this is done, and the thought of shipping ITAR items, no matter how innocuous they are, terrifies me to an extent. Customs must be really moronic sometimes, and the people doing this must be coming up with very clever decoys.

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >fedposting

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >I've heard
      get your ears checked schizo

      This is supposed to be a fun thread. I'm not asking for any tutorials. I just want to hear exciting stories. I've heard of Russians smuggling weapons to the US, but that's it. I also know some Polish weapons have successfully been smuggled to the US as well. I remember seeing a modern Radom pistol selling for $4000 on gunbroker a couple years ago. Radom doesn't import their pistols to the US.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >I don't know how this is done, and the thought of shipping ITAR items, no matter how innocuous they are, terrifies me to an extent.
        Armory boats exist, also google Operation Just Cause, keep in mind there's thousand of illegal weapons factories worldwide

        >I've heard of Russians smuggling weapons to the US
        that was cold war stuff for KGB, the CIA find out the caches but there's many more left out that nobody found yet, the big deal was China importing their weapons and fricking AA missiles to gangs in the US during the 80s/90s which is why Norinco and all other china imports are banned in the US (except if you import a T97 from canada)

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Operation Just Cause
          I don't see anything about gunrunning on the wiki page for that.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            how do you think the ATF smuggled guns in mexico to arms cartel without the mexican government knowing about it?

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              That was Fast and the Furious schitzo, Just Cause was the invasion of Panama.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Ha ha so fun fellow PrepHoleer fren. How about we go kidnap Michigan's governor, for fun?

        (obviously a joke satirical post for all of your glow-Black folk reading this)

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Jesus Agent Glow Mofo.. You asking for a cheese only pizza would be more subtle and clever than this fricking rusty hook actually repelling bait. Report to your section chief for remedial retraining...

          https://i.imgur.com/MSJslc2.png

          >fedposting

          c'mon guys, OP's totally not a fed, help him out here!!

          https://i.imgur.com/bo5DOKf.jpeg

          They have auctions in Mexico all the time. You are a pasty whiteboy fed though so the instant you arrive in your airbnb a bunch of teenagers would kidnap you and cut your fingers off at each joint.

          why must every thread about an interesting topic be absolutely inundated with GLOW GLOW GLOWBlack person GLOWING GLOWIE FED
          if this is all you have to say then don't post, simple as. you can disagree, that's okay, you're wrong. and a Black person

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Random has been importing rifles and pistols to the US for at least the past 2 years, that you can't figure out the one website that is primarily importing and selling them legally to US gun owners is fricking lol
        Turkshit gets imported by the shipload, why would you be surprised we are getting NATO west slavshit?

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Radom only imports certain parts kits. They don't import everything. It's why whenever you see a once in a blue moon Radom pistol listed on gunbroker, it commonly auctions for over $4000.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Stupid mother fricking oxygen thief shut your lying dumb mouth
            https://armsofamerica.com/fb-radom---vis-100-m1-9mm-pistol/

            https://atlanticfirearms.com/mini-beryl-pistol-m1-fb-radom-fabryka-broni

            The Beryls get exported in batches tho

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      c'mon guys, OP's totally not a fed, help him out here!!

      Ask Larry Vickers how that works out.

      https://i.imgur.com/BT3YRWR.jpeg

      Meds. Now

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Nords, later.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Meds. Now
        Well if you insist anon, here's your Mediterranean.

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I've heard
    get your ears checked schizo

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    PrepHole is an anime website for people too socially stunted for MAL or crunchyroll, the stuttering nerd homosexuals here wont know anything about arms smuggling.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >the stuttering nerd homosexuals here wont know anything about arms smuggling.
      Then where would I go for such a question? For some reason, Dread doesn't allow discussions surrounding firearms. I can't think of any super anonymous place for firearm enthusiasts to have such discussions.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >where would I go for such a question
        up ya asssss

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Projection.

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If you wanted to bring a trophy AK back from Afghanistan you disassembled it, hid it under the foam inserts in a pelican case, and left an opened but full can of Copenhagen on top of all your shit. The customs nerd that doesn’t care anyway gets a find and some dip and you get an illegal range toy. I never did this personally but it was widely talked about.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I know for a fact that lots of ITAR items get shipped in decoy containers, claiming to be other parts, like kits for toys or automotive parts.

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Bump. I'm waiting for based anons who know how some of this is done from the US to Europe and Asia and vice versa.

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    c'mon guys, OP's totally not a fed, help him out here!!

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I smuggle some stuff sometimes. What do you wanna know?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      How do you do it? I started another thread a while ago about Polish gun laws, and some anons voluntarily talked about certain people who smuggle ITAR gun parts from the US to Poland via mail without getting caught. I know for a fact gun parts are smuggled from China, and that they commonly use decoys, like stating it's for a toy or an automotive part. A lot of American gun parts, including simple things like fancy flash lights, are illegal to import without special licensing and a specially trained team. All this legal bullshit is why a lot of American gun companies refuse to sell abroad, and when their parts eventually do make it overseas, they're around 75% more expensive than they are in the US. Many Polish people rely on anonymous groups of Americans who specialize in stealthily shipping ITAR items to Poland.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I'll just tell you I don't ship it by air. smuggling via land and sea is easy as frick as long as it's just a couple of pieces. I won't go into any details for obvious minecraft reasons

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >smuggling via land and sea is easy as frick as long as it's just a couple of pieces. I won't go into any details for obvious minecraft reasons
          Bringing that stuff to Europe can't be that easy. I figure you'd need a capable yacht to do that, and fishing boats to come up to your yacht while it's anchored in international waters, although international waters are pretty far out from territorial waters, and I've read that the longest anchor chains that some yacht come allow for anchorage up to 110 meters, but this still might not be enough for international waters, but far enough for authorities to not realize, especially if you're not broadcasting anything over radio. You would then need to contact your buddies on fishing boats and give them your GPS location for them to find you. Maybe even use a flare or two if they get close enough, even though that would attract some attention, although likely less attention than radio, and then put the flare out once they notice you. You might also develop some encrypted form of communication through radio with your buddies that wouldn't be reach too far out and not use a frequency commonly used by other ships, but this still might attract attention.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >can't be easy
            lol
            >I figure you'd need a capable yacht to do that
            lmao even.
            You don't need even half of the stuff you mentioned. Real life is a lot more boring and less 007 like

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >You don't need even half of the stuff you mentioned. Real life is a lot more boring and less 007 like
              Major gangs in Latin America and Europe literally use cargo ships to ship their product. They will literally ship tons of cocaine at once. If they decide to ship literal tons of firearms at once, that would be extremely based. However, while this major smuggling is going on, there are still minor smugglers making bank transporting just dozens to even hundreds of kilos at a time. Depending on the yacht, you could literally transport several dozens of firearms in a single yacht trip. You'd likely need multiple fishing boats to come over, though.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Major gangs
                Do I seem like a fricking major gang?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                You know the Coast Guard tracks and investigates smuggling right? They don't need a warrant or probable cause to board, they just jump onto your ship and they're the biggest dicks ever about it. CG are major rights violators. The 4th amendment was ruled not to apply to US waters. So while you have to observe US law within their waters, they don't have to provide you any rights as a US citizen. Even if you live aboard your boat as a full-time residence, you don't have 4th amendment rights. It's big time bullshit, but you can expect to be boarded and thoroughly searched if you're bouncing back and forth from shithole countries to shore here.

                You'd have to hide it very well and play it cool. Also find a million dollars lying around for a cheap yacht or get a more affordable trawler type fishing vessel. You could probably rent a submarine as well, though CG tracks those even harder and will try to board if you surface.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                CG can board & search without probable cause or a warrant even on lakes and rivers well within US territory:
                https://youtube.com/shorts/R8SW0QhVzzk

                CG can breach open your submarine if you're just sailing your homemade hobby sub:

                They also love immediately pointing guns at you while approaching or arresting you for so much as giving a bit of lip about it. All this has been challenged yet upheld by the Supreme Court. It's big bullshit you need to be aware of if ever on the water.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >CG can board & search without probable cause or a warrant even on lakes and rivers well within US territory:
                Are you sure? Those would be internal waters, rather than territorial waters or the contiguous zone of the US. I find it hard to believe that the COAST Guard would bother you in internal waters. Also, are you sure that video wasn't taken off the coast? It looks really close to land, but it could still be some distance away from the baseline. Also, they left him and his friends alone in that video. If you bring any buddies along, you better make sure they remain silent with any law enforcement officials, immediately start recording the law enforcement officials, sternly tell them you don't consent to any searches if they make any further moves, tell them you are practicing your Fifth Amendment right to remain silent (There was a Supreme Court case that actually mandates that people do this.), and ask for a lawyer if they go any further. Correct me if I'm missing anything.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >(a) The Coast Guard may make inquiries, examinations, inspections, searches, seizures, and arrests upon the high seas ....for such purposes, commissioned, warrant, and petty officers may at any time go on board of any vessel subject to the jurisdiction, or to the operation of any law, of the United States, address inquiries to those on board, examine the ships documents and papers, and examine, inspect, and search the vessel and use all necessary force to compel compliance.
                >(B) VESSEL OF THE UNITED STATES...the term vessel of the United States means
                >(2) a vessel owned in any part by an individual who is a citizen of the United States

                So all vessels within US territorial waters (12 miles from coast) or all US registered or flagged ships. I've even heard "any USCG documented vessel" and haven't researched their definition or interpretation of that. They can track vessels coming in and intercept once they're within that 12 mile buffer from the shoreline though. There's nothing preventing recon outside of the 12 mile zone.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                That word warrant is interesting. Does this mean they need a warrant to actually search your vessel? Does this apply only to territorial waters? What about the contiguous zone, which extends from 12 to 24 nautical miles?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                No warrant, probable cause, or even reasonable suspicion is necessary. Warrant officer is a rank...

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                In the US, reasonable suspicion is sufficient for a Terry stop, a stop and frisk where they pat you down. For probably cause, they still need to get a warrant to search your property, unless there are exigent circumstances, the search is incident to a lawful arrest, you are driving an automotive vehicle (the automobile exception to the Fourth Amendment), if they see something illegal on your property (plain view doctrine), and if you simply give the pigs consent to a search like a moron, among a few other reasons. From what I've read, this probably cause exception to the Fourth Amendment also applies to sea vessels, but they still need to get probably cause first. One of the easiest ways for them to get probably is if they see you acting funny or moving stuff around, so it might be smart to pop a few benzos if you think they're coming up to strongly relax yourself and just stop moving until they finally arrive, but they could always lie about smelling marijuana or cocaine or some bullshit. In my experience, clonazepam (Klonopin) doesn't make you act funny, even if you take multiple pills. (It's twice as potent as prescription xanax, and it lasts twice as long.) Pressed xanax, which I believe is actually bromazolam instead of real alprazolam, will make you start nodding like you're on an opioid and occasionally do random odd stuff that would likely surprise the Coast Guard officers. If they notice these pills, you could either remain silent (certainly the best option, maybe even if they ask), or lie to them that they're your multivitamins or prescription medication.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Very layman explanation and some of it is wrong. Police can't just search your vehicle, but CG can absolutely just search your boat on a whim. No reason whatsoever is necessary, they don't need to see anything indicating there's contraband in the cabin. They can just enter and search any cabin or small space, drawer, etc. They can fine you for not having the right boat paperwork on top of it all. They are major rights violators it just hasn't been brought to the attention of SCOTUS enough to be done away with.

                USCBP has similar exemptions, they can stop and search anyone with no warrant within 100 miles from the border. Yes, 100 miles. They can stop you without cause as well, they don't need to observe a traffic violation and can stop and search pedestrians. The feds do not actually give a frick about the Constitution. Their laziness is the only reason it's not a major issue to random citizens living in the areas within 100mi from the border. People who've been forced to live aboard boats, it's a major issue. The USCG is bored and boards vessels at random to fill search quotas.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >The authority for this is based on the Immigration and Nationality Act 287(a)(3) and copied in 8 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 287 (a)(3), which states that Immigration Officers, without a warrant, may "within a reasonable distance from any external boundary of the United States...board and search for non-citizens in any vessel within the territorial waters of the United States and any railcar, aircraft, conveyance, or vehicle. 8 CFR 287 (a)(1) defines reasonable distance as 100 air miles from the border.

                [...]
                Also, you could hide a ton of shit under the yacht, and I mean in very well welded compartments at the bottom of vessel's hull. These might decrease the maximum speed and make the vessel a bit less fuel efficient, but it would make the operation way sneakier. These compartments would be water proof and filled with oil to preserve the gun parts. They could search through the whole interior of the yacht without finding anything if they so chose.

                CG has divers and if they really suspected something they'd have one check your hull when they have you stopped. You also can't just weld onto a boat's hull all willy nilly. It COULD be done but any sort of shotty work and your shit will sink. It's also going to be cold in there which will draw moisture. These aren't compartments you could have opening and closing, moisture would be drawn through the seals. So you'd have to weld it on every time you transport something? Dumb idea, you're better off welding a loop on the bottom and trawling a line with a container attached so you're just dragging cargo along underwater. I'm sure those shitty Mexican and Cuban fishing vessels have thought of this, I'm willing to bet they dive when searching.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >So you'd have to weld it on every time you transport something?
                Yes, it would de carefully and deeply welded up before being launched, and likely opened up with a plasma cutter upon dry docking.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                You can't just weld shit onto a ship's hull several times over, you will damage the hull and sink. You also have to be 18 to post here.

                You live in a country full of ghettos that's right next to a third world shithole and can't figure out how to get guns illegally. You're dumb.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >You can't just weld shit onto a ship's hull several times over, you will damage the hull and sink.
                You just carefully weld one part that would essentially be a box, and then weld and plasma cut the opening to that box.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Dumb idea, you're better off welding a loop on the bottom and trawling a line with a container attached so you're just dragging cargo along underwater. I'm sure those shitty Mexican and Cuban fishing vessels have thought of this, I'm willing to bet they dive when searching.
                Wouldn't the divers see the line though? Also, that water in the Atlantic can get pretty deep. Your ship would be hauling all that mass against the resistance of the water underneath, with no ocean floor underneath to bear some of the load, or am I getting this wrong?

                Yeah both of these are fricking stupid ideas that you're never going to do anyway. You'd be better off having a fake engine or fuel tank installed and filling it with the dildos you're trying to import. Whatever they wouldn't take apart, obviously you could modify the layout of the ship to have hidden compartments. If it's not drugs or explosives a dog can't sniff it.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >If it's not drugs or explosives a dog can't sniff it.
                I know for a fact certain dogs can be trained to sniff electronics, so some of them might be trained to sniff firearms. Such dogs are commonly used at customs for quick inspection, although they often leave behind packages with drugs because they're well insulated.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Dumb idea, you're better off welding a loop on the bottom and trawling a line with a container attached so you're just dragging cargo along underwater. I'm sure those shitty Mexican and Cuban fishing vessels have thought of this, I'm willing to bet they dive when searching.
                Wouldn't the divers see the line though? Also, that water in the Atlantic can get pretty deep. Your ship would be hauling all that mass against the resistance of the water underneath, with no ocean floor underneath to bear some of the load, or am I getting this wrong?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >USCBP
                From what I've read, they only have authority up to 24 miles from the US baseline at sea.
                >but CG can absolutely just search your boat on a whim. No reason whatsoever is necessary
                Prove it. They still function as law enforcement on US territory, so they must obey the Fourth Amendment and all its Supreme Court Constitutional exceptions.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                No, they don't. Constitutional rights do not apply at sea or along the border. Do your research, this is fact.

                You could probably get your guns seized for suspected smuggling even if you just had guns aboard on a trip. Usually only one is allowed as part of the ship's equipment for counter piracy.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                In the US, reasonable suspicion is sufficient for a Terry stop, a stop and frisk where they pat you down. For probably cause, they still need to get a warrant to search your property, unless there are exigent circumstances, the search is incident to a lawful arrest, you are driving an automotive vehicle (the automobile exception to the Fourth Amendment), if they see something illegal on your property (plain view doctrine), and if you simply give the pigs consent to a search like a moron, among a few other reasons. From what I've read, this probably cause exception to the Fourth Amendment also applies to sea vessels, but they still need to get probably cause first. One of the easiest ways for them to get probably is if they see you acting funny or moving stuff around, so it might be smart to pop a few benzos if you think they're coming up to strongly relax yourself and just stop moving until they finally arrive, but they could always lie about smelling marijuana or cocaine or some bullshit. In my experience, clonazepam (Klonopin) doesn't make you act funny, even if you take multiple pills. (It's twice as potent as prescription xanax, and it lasts twice as long.) Pressed xanax, which I believe is actually bromazolam instead of real alprazolam, will make you start nodding like you're on an opioid and occasionally do random odd stuff that would likely surprise the Coast Guard officers. If they notice these pills, you could either remain silent (certainly the best option, maybe even if they ask), or lie to them that they're your multivitamins or prescription medication.

                Also, you could hide a ton of shit under the yacht, and I mean in very well welded compartments at the bottom of vessel's hull. These might decrease the maximum speed and make the vessel a bit less fuel efficient, but it would make the operation way sneakier. These compartments would be water proof and filled with oil to preserve the gun parts. They could search through the whole interior of the yacht without finding anything if they so chose.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >You could probably rent a submarine as well
                I just checked. All the submersibles are launched by yacht, they travel very slowly and can only travel a few miles before running out of fuel, and their load capacity is horrible. A really hardcore narco-type submarine, preferably a type that is fully submersible, seems like it would be best bet, but it would still have to attach to the yacht for long-distance travel, and this would be quite the endeavor.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >They will literally ship tons of cocaine at once
                Russian glowies fly in metric tons of cocaine on their official planes without a second thought

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Polish feds regularly bust weapon arsenals and smuggling operations in and out of Poland. Though it seems like virtually all of it is Soviet stuff or even WW2 guns.

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        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Looks like someone ratted on them. How the hell did they find those underground hiding spots? Also, all those full auto Uzi receivers, VZ-61, and MP-40 are based. Not to mention it costs a ton of money to do conduct operations like that, and they're way less likely to conduct such operations on people just smuggling a few arms. The less people involved, the less likely you are to get caught.

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ask Larry Vickers how that works out.

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    They have auctions in Mexico all the time. You are a pasty whiteboy fed though so the instant you arrive in your airbnb a bunch of teenagers would kidnap you and cut your fingers off at each joint.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >They have auctions in Mexico all the time
      im in mexico auctions where? lol
      never saw that

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You need a sailing boat if you're going any more than 100 miles, yachts typically mean motor yachts that are marina hoppers, they're designed to travel along coasts. So a sailboat or a giant ass cruiseliner or cargo type ship that can hold enough fuel. Sailing also takes months, going on a several months long voyage to and from another continent just for a few guns isn't really viable. People who sail now are highly interested in the lifestyle, like they don't have any other hobbies and don't care about your stupid guns.

    People are just getting them from Mexico. Cartels definitely have international contacts for importing arms, although (sadly) they get most of theirs just having them straw purchased in the US and walked down. Maybe they have some Russian mafia guys that trade arms with them and sell some of those sometimes. I'm not gonna suggest contacting them because those savage monkeys don't have any sort of honor, they will just rob or kidnap you.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The Albanian cartel is one of the wealthiest in Europe. They possess their own cargo ships just like the cartel. They themselves are responsible for importing multiple tons of cocaine into Europe. And I know for a fact that there are plenty of white men who deal directly with the cartel, but I've heard it takes a lot to gain their trust before they decide to kill you.

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just look up what Larry Vickers did if you want to learn. He was a moron that didn't hide his paper trail at all and I'm amazed he didn't get caught sooner. But atleast we got KUSA out of it.

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    the AK-12 is basically just parts outside of the receiver. you don't even have to smuggle it in, just don't bring in the receiver, put it on one made in the US, and you've got an AK-12. it's what, the muzzle brake, stock, magazine, grip, gas block, dust cover, maybe the sights if you wanna get fancy? none of that is considered 'a gun' by the US, and AK-74 receivers can be bought online here to finish the kit.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >forgot pic

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That sounds nice and all, but those are all still ITAR items that are illegally smuggled into the US. My guess is that the last part Russians want to smuggle in is the receiver, since that's the part of the gun that's legally considered the gun itself in the US, meaning they could get in the most trouble for it if caught.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        lmao, talk to a lawyer but i'm pretty sure that the main thing this would actually forbid is stocks, maybe the pistol grip. importing just these parts would be pretty easy to get a license for anyways, so why bother smuggling it? then again, zenitco and AKademia used to just ship to the US right from Russia before the war without issue, so idk if even that counts as an ITAR item. the problem shipping that shit from russia now is sanctions make it impossible, so suddenly there's all these Czech guys 'making them under license'.

        You can probably smuggle one in the mail past customs, quite easily too. Might get one package seized before one gets in. You could get the receiver as well. The ones in the states already are likely just the parts kits put onto a receiver. AK12 wouldn't be a problem if disassembled.

        nah despite the innocuous nature of it, i think customs would see an AK receiver and know that wasn't kosher. just a scope or stock though? probably not.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Receivers don't look too obvious to the incompetents the feds new currently hiring. On a related note I got mags seized being shipped out of Czech Republic. They check the outgoing packages and sent it back to the seller saying unable to ship. He said he's never had an issue sending parts and other stuff though, just the mags.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I assume it was a non-restricted state, this customs notice provide why they seized the mags?

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              They didn't seize them, they sent them back to the seller and said these items can't ship because of ITAR restrictions or whatever. They never left Czech Republic, some nations customs check outbound packages.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Ahhh shit I see. That fricking sucks dude. Was it purchased through a manufacturer site or a random euro gun owner?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/xp4EyRc.png

        lmao, talk to a lawyer but i'm pretty sure that the main thing this would actually forbid is stocks, maybe the pistol grip. importing just these parts would be pretty easy to get a license for anyways, so why bother smuggling it? then again, zenitco and AKademia used to just ship to the US right from Russia before the war without issue, so idk if even that counts as an ITAR item. the problem shipping that shit from russia now is sanctions make it impossible, so suddenly there's all these Czech guys 'making them under license'.

        [...]
        nah despite the innocuous nature of it, i think customs would see an AK receiver and know that wasn't kosher. just a scope or stock though? probably not.

        It could probably be argued either way. The code that I read through specifically excluded rubber grips but then goes on to state that it's excluding parts that do not increase the usefulness and you could probably argue stocks increase usefulness, but does a stock increase usefulness on a rifle that already has a stock? There's also 922r, especially if you're going for accuracy but I'm not sure how enforceable that is.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You can probably smuggle one in the mail past customs, quite easily too. Might get one package seized before one gets in. You could get the receiver as well. The ones in the states already are likely just the parts kits put onto a receiver. AK12 wouldn't be a problem if disassembled.

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    An old tripgay (Boof, I think) on here had a Bizon parts kit mailed to him from some contact in Russia. I think he was also getting Bakelite magazines and other Soviet shit.
    I’m pretty sure Larry Snickers recently got V& for illegally importing guns from Russia.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The fact he got in trouble for machine gun shit gives me way more respect for him. He truly is a based man.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Vickers got nailed to the wall for working with Russian companies to help them dodge sanctions. The gun charges were relatively minor in comparison and never would have happened if he hadn't fricked around with big boi international laws.

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    I saw Larry Vickers at a grocery store in Raleigh yesterday. I told him how cool it was to meet him in person, but I didn’t want to be a douche and bother him and ask him for photos or anything. He said, “Oh, like you’re doing now?” I was taken aback, and all I could say was “Huh?” but he kept cutting me off and going “huh? huh? huh?” and closing his hand shut in front of my face. I walked away and continued with my shopping, and I heard him chuckle as I walked off. When I came to pay for my stuff up front I saw him trying to walk out the doors with like fifteen Milky Ways in his hands without paying.
    The girl at the counter was very nice about it and professional, and was like “Sir, you need to pay for those first.” At first he kept pretending to be tired and not hear her, but eventually turned back around and brought them to the counter.
    When she took one of the bars and started scanning it multiple times, he stopped her and told her to scan them each individually “to prevent any electrical infetterence,” and then turned around and winked at me. I don’t even think that’s a word. After she scanned each bar and put them in a bag and started to say the price, he kept interrupting her by yawning really loudly.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      He seems like a pretty awesome guy in his videos, having respect for foreign-made weapons, so this is surprising for me.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        It's pasta you summer child. Very old and rancid pasta.

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    gorgoth is your answer

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I wish someone would import a G19 sized .380 pistol. Like a Glock 25 or some shit, for real for real.

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    op is LiKe, LITterAlly 12 years old

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Agent homosexual,
    Only a small quantity of shipping containers are inspected. Our ports are an open wound that both parties who have been corrupted by israelites don't care to close because they are too busy getting wealthy betraying our country. Every container coming into the US should be inspected at the cost of the shipper and that cost should be factored into the cost of all of the crap flooding into our ports in the immediate short term. Ultimately protectionist trade policy should be implement to inhibit the necessity for the current volume of goods coming into our country. Also, don't pretend that ITAR matters to the regime when they left the Taliban with billions of dollars in weapons, enablers, and ammo. Your career is a lie, you are a fraud, you exist to annoy American civilians on behalf of regime that is wrecking our country.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They still have to be careful with smuggling drugs on those ships. Lose lips sink ships. All it takes is for one moron to open his mouth a bit too much, and the authorities will begin closely monitoring that cargo ship and seizing its containers.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Anyone selling narcotics in the US should be shot on the spot, legally.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Drugs help people quite tremendously and make life way more enjoyable. What about alcohol? Alcohol is a narcotic, and it's one of the worst narcotics. It actually kills brain tissue and the damage is irreparable, unlike the damage cause by other narcotics. Should we shoot anyone selling alcohol on the spot?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Depends, are they selling delicious sake or some nice, high quality lagers and ales? Let them be. Are they peddling pisswater? Immediately thrown in the clink for a year for each bottle. Selling IPAs? Execute him and his family on the spot in the most brutal way available

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >They are first converted to being semiauto before being placed on the market

    Converting a firearm to semi doesn't make it 922r compliant, moron.

  22. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Jesus Agent Glow Mofo.. You asking for a cheese only pizza would be more subtle and clever than this fricking rusty hook actually repelling bait. Report to your section chief for remedial retraining...

  23. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    American law is your problem, if you pay me for the product I'll fedex it.

  24. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    after iraq i know of an officer making big pipe "sledgehammers" that had a pistol in the head that was filled with sand. they smuggled home pistols in this way

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Based. I guess customs works differently for the military.

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