There's a guy selling what he claims is a model 361 Galil, very desirable pre ban gun. He's asking about $1,000 dollars less than it would be worth on Gunbroker. So I message him to buy it, but I ask for more pictures of the receiver markings because the picture he had didn't look normal. In the interim I do some research and discover that not only is it not a real IMI galil, it's a parts kit home build built on a receiver that's regarded as substandard and potentially dangerous. Ohio rapid fire made the receiver and people sent those out to have the Hebrew IDF markings engraved. He sends me more pictures, which confirm my research. I tell him it's not what he said it is, so I'm no longer interested. I hoped with providing him that information he'd edit the ad, but he hasn't and since more people have commented on the quality of IMI guns. I realize this is a case of cavet emptor but I hate the idea that someone spending $2,000 thinking they're getting a deal on a Galil and having it potentially literally blow up in their face.