Working in a gun shop is one of the most interesting jobs I've ever had. From having more loaded weapons pointed at me that I did in Iraq to meeting internet commandos in real life, but once again I met a logic failure. Customer: The goberment is spying on everybody, tracking what you buy thorough your cell phone, just waiting to catch you breaking some law to put you in a "re-education" camp (yes he used "air quotes"). Me:........... Customer: How about you add another twenty dollars to the total and we don't worry about the paperwork? I don't like the goberment knowing what I have.(While handing me his debit card while I handed him a 4473) Me: No thanks, but I will need your ID for the form. Why are people convinced the NSA is tracking their every move through electronic means, think they can hide transactions using electronic means? Or do they think I will risk losing my job, fines, or even prison for twenty dollars? Heck it's not even twenty dollars now that I think about it. Since it's on the machine, it;s taxed and we're charged 3% by the processing company. Even bribes aren't what they used to be. If there is a government list, if you bought more than two guns on paper, then you are probably on that list, so get over it.