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Discussion in 'Ruger Center Fire Pistols' started by Axe34, Dec 14, 2020.
Glocks Available, all generations . worldwide safe and secured delivery.
Ship to China?
"Glocks Available wickr: renounce32"
RugerTalk is a website that's dedicated to the discussion of Ruger firearms, with the purpose for this particular forum that you're currently in being for the discussion of Ruger Center Fire Pistols, and is not an avenue to use for the purpose of selling Glock pistols.
Wickr is a favorite for people getting in touch with their illegal supplies dealers and other assorted characters.
They make your ID (both of your device and the app), and username safe with multiple layers of encryption. The technology used for this is called SHA256.
They encrypt the data using AES256 at all times (while it’s sending, and when it’s successfully delivered).
Wickr never accesses your device’s unique identifier, which keeps your anonymity intact.
The data gets permanently wiped without a trace when the message or file expires.
Every message has a new encryption key.
Wickr never saves or shares any of your passwords.
Only the receiver of the message can see it because each one is tied to their device and their app.
Not only that, its use is prohibited in the Classified Rules.
Interesting info. Couple this with the content of Axe34's only 2 posts;
"Glocks Available, all generations . worldwide safe and secured delivery."
"Ruger Super Blackhawk .44 magnum, less than 200 rounds through it, 4 5/8' barrel, very nice revolver. $500"
He ships to China.
My name is not Hunter.
My last name doesn't start with a B.
Hello wickr : renounce32
Or inbox me privately ww so shipment world wide
Axe34, is this you?
Yes that's me .
What do you care for?
Delivery worldwide . Safe secured and discreet
What do I care for? Well, I have a wife and a couple of cats that I care for. I don't care for internet drug dealers and think all of them should be SHOT on sight!
If wickr is almost untraceable, you probably noticed that when you posted in gunforums.net, you made a mistake. A Big mistake. You noticed that, didn't you? Or you still haven't noticed it?
As they say, two birds one stone.