You guys may or may not know that my wife sells high quality rifle targets on ebay. We have been doing this for some time with a decent amount of sucess. We sell a variety of different targets mostly for the varminter and a human silhouette for pistol shooters. Here is the ridiculous part! Ebay has decided to cancel some of our auctions. They say "Violates their firearms policies." This policy reads that no firearm part or acessory for an assault rifle as outlined in federal or California assault rifle descriptions will be sold on ebay to prevent and illegal transaction from taking place. Now, first we thought that they must have just read the title to the auction where we used the key word AR15 for search purposes. So, we write to ebay and say hey, you made a mistake please reinstate this auction. You have cancelled an auction for a peice of paper. That was 2 plus weeks ago.(there are hundreds of auctions on ebay right now for actual bolt on parts for AR15's) Finally today we get a response that basically states the same thing that are targets violate their blah blah policy, which of course they do not. So ridiculous. Now apparently Ebay is afraid of somebody commiting a drive by paper cutting or something. For what its worth to any large company executive that may read this, POLICY, is a guideline to be followed loosely. Exceptions should be made continously as you cannot write a policy that covers every situation. POLICY, is not and should not ever be a way of telling the customer to piss off we are right and you will never be, because we have the power and you are just the little guy. I really wish the concept of the customer is right and if the customer is wrong see rule #1, was remembered by more but it seems the large companies of today would just rather tell ya to piss up a rope. OK, rant off.