Originally Posted by BigDinFL
Helping a friend sell an inherited collection we mailed a lot of guns he sold via USPS. Just package it securely, do NOT have gun or similar on the label.
What did your friend's post office do about verifying that the packages contained rifles, and that they weren't loaded? Did they accept his written certification?
What would he have done if they had insisted on physically inspecting each firearm (which they have every right to do under the law)?