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If you believe that price for genuine M16 then you must believe in fairies my 9mm Glock was more expensive and it was bought through a Thai family after I was given the catalogue and price lists.

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22 minutes ago, legend49 said:

If you believe that price for genuine M16 then you must believe in fairies my 9mm Glock was more expensive and it was bought through a Thai family after I was given the catalogue and price lists.

 

You do realize that the law was changed in 2017 and that foreigners cannot legally own guns in Thailand now?

 

Or is it registered to your wife?

 

I have Thai friends who shoot, some very wealthy. They rent the guns and won't buy because they say the prices here are stupidly high.

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57 minutes ago, graemeaylward said:

Anyone who owns a gun is asking for trouble! I hope that someone will be knocking on your door very soon, as Foreigners can no longer own guns of any description! If you want my advice go and hand it over to the police immediately.

Very PC 🙂

Couple of small issues, you do realise the "Police" are the biggest criminal organisation in the country.

What about all the crimes that are stopped in the early stages as "citizens" are carrying guns? you have probably not read about the multiple times this happens as off course it is not PC.

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3 hours ago, Redline said:

And they are worried about my IHerb orders 

exactly ...soon we will have to go beyond CW - postal custom office to get your few supplements taxed as the local mail man apparently cannot do this service ?

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6 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Drug dealer tells cops how he ordered an M-16 war weapon online

Back to the OP, I'm amazed at the stuff I've been able to order online, and have delivered in the post to Thailand using the ubiquitous 'stealthy packaging'. Not quite worked my way up to automatic weapons yet, wonder if I can find a rocket launcher?

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23 minutes ago, Samuel Smith said:

Anything worth having on Lazada?

Not now that China has pulled out of online selling, although Lazada was always a bit uptight.

Before the virus Shoppee, AliExpress and Facebook marketplace sold all sorts of naughty stuff. 

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1 hour ago, BritManToo said:

Back to the OP, I'm amazed at the stuff I've been able to order online, and have delivered in the post to Thailand using the ubiquitous 'stealthy packaging'. Not quite worked my way up to automatic weapons yet, wonder if I can find a rocket launcher?

It wasn't "ordered online" like on lazada or something on the dark web, it was ordered using a phone app. The headline seems like clickbait.

True though, you can still find "amazing" things on shopee and ali in some places.

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4 hours ago, graemeaylward said:

Anyone who owns a gun is asking for trouble! I hope that someone will be knocking on your door very soon, as Foreigners can no longer own guns of any description! If you want my advice go and hand it over to the police immediately.

 

Whoa!

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Watching what's going on in China at the moment I think there are merits for owning a gun all of a sudden. And baseball bats, golf clubs, marbles, angle grinders, rope...

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