Re: Getting a puch korado into the states

Steve Dubyaaa /
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I am very well aware that I could buy one in the states but the one I have is in very good condition because I only use it briefly over the summer and it has lots of sentimental value to me. And I know I won't get arrested or thrown in jail, but the less legal trouble I have to deal with, the better. I just dont want it to get stuck somewhere or customs inspects it and says I need some BS paperwork or who knows what. Thanks for all the advise, I think I'm going to take it apart next summer and ship it over, and possibly take parts with me in my suitcase.

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