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I heard on Glenn Beck’s radio program yesterday that The Gun Food (ammo distributor) had $300,000 worth of ammo just disappear. I missed the beginning of the conversation where Glenn was talking to a guy from Gun Food.

UPS claims the ammo was not packaged correctly. Gun Food said they have pictures of how the ammo was packed. Out of 18,000 rounds shipped only 6,000 made it to the customer. UPS said Gun Food has filed too many claims. The ammo is shipped insured and signature required.

UPS is also cancelling gun corporate accounts and destroying packages. UPS has been criticized in the past for other gun related problems like employees stealing guns. Where is the ATF? Too busy harassing law abiding dealers and citizens. UPS is also part of the Great Reset.

 

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I was listening to that as well...absolutely mental. Think how easy it would be for the government to coerce a private courier into "losing" packages on purpose....the NSA and CIA already do this kind of stuff to telecomm companies to spy on people, so they idea that they would screw with people's shipments of things they don't like, doesn't seem too far fetched to me.

If it's UPS acting on their own, then it's time for someone to step up and replace these fuckers.

For anyone interested in listening:
 

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Have had UPS dropping ammo at my door for years. SG Ammo, Atlantic Firearms, Ammo Man, Midway, and others. Never had a single issue. Half dozen deliveries this year with no issue.
I go one step more with luckygunner and order it plain double boxed ,where it does not scream take me ,i think it costs 12 dollars more per 1k case . One driver asked if i was ordering bricks [construction]
 

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I go one step more with luckygunner and order it plain double boxed ,where it does not scream take me ,i think it costs 12 dollars more per 1k case . One driver asked if i was ordering bricks [construction]
They would still have to put the "ORM-D" sticker on it, and you can just as well use a big, red sticker that says "Come and steal me!". I guess double packing is better than shipping in a manufacturer's box that spells out what's inside though.

With all the ammo, guns and accessories being shipped every day, I'm hoping that somebody will eventually see a golden opportunity to start a new shipping company that caters only to those who ship that kind of goods. Considering this huge anti-gun sentiment among other shipping companies, it wouldn't take long to corner that market.
 

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They would still have to put the "ORM-D" sticker on it, and you can just as well use a big, red sticker that says "Come and steal me!". I guess double packing is better than shipping in a manufacturer's box that spells out what's inside though.

With all the ammo, guns and accessories being shipped every day, I'm hoping that somebody will eventually see a golden opportunity to start a new shipping company that caters only to those who ship that kind of goods. Considering this huge anti-gun sentiment among other shipping companies, it wouldn't take long to corner that market.
[/That is why i get the double ,its better than the makers box ,no its not fool proof but i think it helps hide it a tad ....it worked on the ups driver at least once.
 

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They would still have to put the "ORM-D" sticker on it, and you can just as well use a big, red sticker that says "Come and steal me!". I guess double packing is better than shipping in a manufacturer's box that spells out what's inside though.

With all the ammo, guns and accessories being shipped every day, I'm hoping that somebody will eventually see a golden opportunity to start a new shipping company that caters only to those who ship that kind of goods. Considering this huge anti-gun sentiment among other shipping companies, it wouldn't take long to corner that market.
Fedex has problems too with shipping guns.
 

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Ughhhhh wtf is with these companies? How about we require photo IDs of the people delivering the shit? Instant termination of anyone throwing shit on the porch, driving through the yard, breaking fences and generally being lazy shitbags? "oh I totally delivered it on time" FUCK YOU you didn't! you drove past the house FOUR Times before fucking off to eat lunch for 45 minutes. How about prosecuting thieves and dirtbags instead of shitting on paying customers?

Fuckyou Express should be sued into shutdown, though I can't talk about the reason.. suffice it to say if it happened to me or a family member and I found out about it, the suit and possible criminal charges would be on the 9 oclock news. Wholly unbelievable with a bunch of dogfucking turtlesquirts in "customer service" ... fill THIS ticket out, cockstrangling wadshitters.
 

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Since fed ex and ups are interstate carriers
I would say it’s time for people to start complaining
To the interstate commerce commission

they can pull their authority to operate across state lines

as for usps, call and complain to their investigators
Yep, mail cops do exist

and last but not least,
Call your federal legislators and COMPLAIN
 

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UPS is in violation of several of our civil rights. UPS is violating our right to firearms and illegal search and seizure. Because nothing is being shipped that is illegal, it is the same thing as UPS saying, “You did not vote Democrat therefore we are seizing your property and canceling your accounts”.
 

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Ughhhhh wtf is with these companies? How about we require photo IDs of the people delivering the shit? Instant termination of anyone throwing shit on the porch, driving through the yard, breaking fences and generally being lazy shitbags? "oh I totally delivered it on time" FUCK YOU you didn't! you drove past the house FOUR Times before fucking off to eat lunch for 45 minutes. How about prosecuting thieves and dirtbags instead of shitting on paying customers?

Fuckyou Express should be sued into shutdown, though I can't talk about the reason.. suffice it to say if it happened to me or a family member and I found out about it, the suit and possible criminal charges would be on the 9 oclock news. Wholly unbelievable with a bunch of dogfucking turtlesquirts in "customer service" ... fill THIS ticket out, cockstrangling wadshitters.
Why don't you tell us how you really feel? :LOL:
 

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Dude being interviewed sounds like he's full of crap and is trying to pass the buck. The cancelled accounts in the interview were in reference to PayPal holding his funds and canceling his accounts because they're anti-gun. The $300k was a distributor and not The Gun Food so who knows if he's pulling that out of his ass too. Listen to the interview and not the poorly written article.
 

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Dude being interviewed sounds like he's full of crap and is trying to pass the buck. The cancelled accounts in the interview were in reference to PayPal holding his funds and canceling his accounts because they're anti-gun. The $300k was a distributor and not The Gun Food so who knows if he's pulling that out of his ass too. Listen to the interview and not the poorly written article.
He may sound like it, but I dont think he is full of crap - entirely.
Grid Defense, one of several vendors recently, that had UPS freeze, then pull their account for shipping scary, yet 100% legal, ghost lowers, this included freezing a big number of packages that were in route.
UPS has seemingly gone rogue, thinking they can somehow disrupt what falls under "legal commerce" over things they (or someone) doesn't like, yet in no way violate the law or their own terms of service.
It would not surprise me in the least, they are now messing with ammo shipments, and will soon re-define what does or does not violate their TOS, just like sloppy joe redefined what is and isnt a recession, what is and isnt a firearm or what is and isnt a real president.
 

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It's scary to see how big companies and banks are now getting politically involved, refusing services to those they don't like. Next thing we know, PayPal and UPS will cancel right wing publishers and other people on the democrats' hit list. It's like Germany 1933 all over again, those with the wrong political ideas are threatened and publicly humiliated, any non-approved information is suppressed and businesses tell certain people that they can no longer use their services.

My gut feeling is that it will all come crashing down on them really hard at some point, and it will give me great joy to see that happening.
 

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It’s always been that way to a degree. I work in the fintech industry, and three of the top five credit card processors won’t board merchants who sell porn, have strip clubs, sell CBD products, etc. the reach of political partisanship’s impact has finally made its way to something that you care about
 

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Whereas the aforementioned products are choices, firearms and ammunition fall under the 'rights' category.

During the pandemic, some stores refused to take cash (or took cash with exact change only) because 'muh virus' ...except they willingly forgot how filthy money is normally anyway. Sure would hate to have to wash my hands and ohhhh waiiiit. I guess people just loved to mash cash against their faces and caught the kkkovid that way. shame.

I'm pretty sure the argument could be made that right on the bills it says "For all debts, public and private" meaning you can't refuse that kind of payment.
 
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