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    All Charter Arms display firearms are missing from NRA Annual Meeting

    http://www.ambulancedriverfiles.com/...how-inventory/

    TL/DR - Yellow Freight has signed receipts for 4+1 crates of Charter Arms stuff for the NRA Annual Meeting. Box #5 - the one full of all the display guns - has not made it to the display floor.

    Charter says Yellow Freight screwed up. Says they may sue. Yellow Freight says we have signed receipts.

    ATF to be notified.

    All sorts of people are/are about to be unhappy. (Including, I'll bet Charter's legal staff once they check out the signed receipts and verify the handmade sign.)

    [popcorn]

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    Seems YF did not deliver the crate to the proper delivery site. If that is the case, just like UPS, it does not matter that it is signed for. They are still responsible, as far as they know they could have delivered it to a local gang member working at a warehouse.
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    “Yellow Freight told us that four crates were delivered and signed for. We told them that the shipment was 4+1, and provided the tracking number of the missing crate. That crate was delivered to an off-site warehouse and signed for, but it never made it to the show floor. No one knows where it is, and Yellow Freight insists it’s not their problem.”
    This does not make clear
    1 - where Charter told Yellow Freight to deliver the crate
    2 - whose off-site warehouse it was delivered to
    2a - if/when/to whom the crate was released from that off-site warehouse
    3 - if that off-site warehouse was where all the other exhibitors had their firearms delived (so the crates could be broken down and inventoried off the display floor)
    4 - who was responsible for delivering the crate in question to the display floor

    In the meantime all sorts of Charter Arms handguns are somewhere they do not belong.

    stay safe.
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