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7 responses to ‘TSA Auctioning Off Confiscated Knives. [Ends 7:45 EST Today]

  1. I know this is off topic, but I see people on that website purchasing spent brass and actual ammo and firearms. Do you need to do anything special to bid on govdeals.com and the associated sites? I did not read any restrictions except needing to comply with the local/state laws.

  2. well, i missed the auction.

    however, if you click on over to “firearm accessories” they are selling a whole bunch of uppers, and at least a dozen 30 round magazines (and some AK47 40rd Magazines, and an AK 50rd drum). Am i the only one who sees the irony here?

  3. Thankfully the TSA was able to stop those criminals from taking pocket knives on planes. Countless tragedies have been avoided.

  4. It is a despicable practice. It should be easy to just collect the knives and send them to be checked on the same plane as the passenger. USPS reliably delivered my knife that I had to mail to my self from the airport.

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