Okay, I'm selling a pistol and I have ads on NWFA, and two other classified sites. I get a phone call (call ended 5 minutes ago) from a guy in New Jersey, and he tells me he's looking to part out the pistol, etc., etc. Anyways, he mentions NJ's gun law, and that he has to apply for every handgun he acquires (claims a 4 month wait). He then causally says something about buying a gun from someone in another state, and that they "parted" the pistol out into 2 packages (no FFL; illegal). I guess I must've grunted weird, as he then changed the direction of a potential transaction. After complaining again about NJ, he tells me his cousin works for the FBI, and that he could set it up where his cousin would buy the gun and pick it up through his FFL, and then sell it to him when his NJ handgun paperwork goes through. If this isn't entrapment, I don't know what is. What's even creepier: (1) he wouldn't let me off the phone; I try to be polite, and so I was waiting for the proper opportunity to end the call. I don't even know the guy, and he's acting like we're penpals; (2) with the whole FFL fees and shipping, I thought I would be nice (as I want to sell the pistol) and offer the gun for a little less. The guy rejected my lesser offer, says "money isn't a problem," etc. Who wouldn't take a lesser offer, being that the total cost of the gun would be higher with FFL fees and shipping cost? Seriously, what is going on here? Has potential entrapment been a persistent thing in the firearms community? I just got into shooting last Summer, and have sold a few firearms since. For every one of the firearms I had for sale, I would receive weird responses that would attempt to push me towards illegality.