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Thread: Reliability, Truthfulness and onesty of Collectible Firearms Purveyors?

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    Default Reliability, Truthfulness and onesty of Collectible Firearms Purveyors?

    I'm not sure if WW2 Weapons Collectors has a forum where individual WWII collector's are discussed as to reliability, truthfulness and sales practices? Does it come under the "Buyer Beware" forum? Is that the place to ask questions like:

    Has anyone had experience with International Military Antiques? I ran across their website and they seem to have a mixture of real collectible guns and Militaria, and some items that are repro. Any information about the company?

    https://www.ima-usa.com/#

    Thanks all!

    Caveat emptor: New Latin: "Let the buyer beware!" or, "Without a warranty, the buyer takes the risk!"
    Last edited by k98meister; 2nd September 2017 at 05:38 PM. Reason: Tried to correct onesty to Honesty. Can't find way to edit subject.

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    IMA is a branch of SARCO inc. These guys, have at best, a checkered past.
    Neca eos omnes. Deus suos agnoscet.

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    I always enjoyed their drawings and cover art.

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