So I've been trying to locate some background info on this guy and I come across this forum that has had a few run ins with him. So I belong to another forum that he's been frequenting allot ..... let's just say that it's for everyday carry ...... and he's know as Winter Soldier on that forum. Also, he goes by the name SOAR on this forum. http://www.jerzeedevil.com/forums/s...fe-Collection-Fire-Sale?highlight=Ontario+TAK I purchase a fixed blade knife with Kydex sheath from him and he shipped it (in a bubble wrapped envelope of all things), and the package arrives with the item in the package missing. Envelope was taped from top to bottom with packing tape and it still appeared to have been cut open along the top edge of the envelope. I've been in contact with both USPS, Canada Post and CBSA and they all agree that they did not open the package. CBSA does not report anything about seizing the item. They would have re-sealed it and sent it along with a sticker and letter in package saying as such. So I have 2 questions for you fine folks. First: How does a postal company send a bubble wrap envelope that looks clearly empty and opened on the top edge of the envelope, along several junctions of it's destination without any caution to what might have happened to the item. Secondly: Is it at all possible that after you bring an item to postal facility to have it weighted, checked and stamped that you might be able to deposit the said item YOURSELF later on in a postal box. Or does it have to remain with the postal office upon registration of package? Cheers, Stone Fingers.