Originally Posted by ILLusion
Yes it does, because if he says he has a real steel M4, an officer would not find it credible for him to install used $15 China-clone products made from poorer materials and craftsmanship on to a real steel item. At least if I were an officer, I'd call BS on a guy in that situation.
Does that argument apply?
but you are assuming an officer would know about weapons and the add-ons you can purchase....
I bought some brakes for my kart off of ebay, they retail for $1800 CD I got them for $200 and they were next to new the package was invoiced as a gift. Wouldn't the officer wonder why I was putting cheap, inferior products on my kart and then find my receipt uncredible?
Wouldn't your arguement have to stand for all items being imorted then??
I think you are giving to much credit to the goofs at the borders, BUT
your arguement is the only real viable explination as to why the officer would ask about his gun, unless they are compiling a list............. onose