I think the market for lawn implements, mowers, weedeaters, tools, ect, has moved to underground marketplaces. Off the books, backyard criminal enterprises. At least around here.
I think Fett is right and pawn shops have move up the ladder as far as legitimate businesses (one of the most popular "reality" shows centers on a pawn shop). The next business for the constabulary to start cracking down on to get into line will be scrap dealers.
BTW, am I the only one who expects to see this heavily enforced at gun shows?
Chop shops are an entirely different kind of industry. This kind of law won't do anything at all to chop shops. Choppers get car parts from mexico with legitimate bills of lading, whether they are chopped here or there! It doesn't matter. With any question a chopper can produce a sales receipt from Jose's Body Shop in Juarez on demand.
Cash transactions happen every day in every town or city.
There is a big difference from buying a lawn mower for $100 cash and a $40,000 car.....when all cash transactions over $10,000 have to be reported in the first place.
Just think...those big evil banks are missing out on merchant fees by people using CASH....I am sure there is plenty of lobbying that was done in favor of this bill...
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