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Stolen Gun List

Posting a stolen paintgun to the WARPIG Hotlist is simple.

Simply follow the link above and click the "New Topic" button in the Hotlist forum, and place a post describing the stolen gear in detail.

The subject line should include first the type of paintgun, the color, then its serial number, and finally a brief description. 

The body of the post should include any additional information about the stolen gun, a description of what accessories were with it any anything else that makes it unique and identifiable. The inclusion of photos is a definite help (Click the BBCode link under options when posting for instructions on how to include a photograph.) 

Where and when the paintgun was stolen should be listed. 

Additionally contact information is needed. Who should be contacted if this paintgun is found? Preferably the law enforcement officer handling the case, and the case number should be listed. 


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