Remember, GunBroker doesn't sell anything. It's just like your local classifieds only on a national basis. As TnBigBore said, look at the feedback, ask questions, and get all of your questions answered up front. There are great people who advertise there (I do on occasion - so that shows you ) and there are scam artists and jerks. No different from your local gun shops except you can't touch the merchandise. There is a level of trust developed among the frequenters, just like here.TnBigBore said:It is really not Gunbroker, but the individual seller that you need to worry about. Check their seller rating/feedback. That will be a good indication of what kind of person you are dealing with. If they have no rating yet, be wary and ask lots of questions. Hope this helps.