Set up at the Buchanan Dam gun show and sold two guns to a Colonel in full uniform with his wife and 8-10 year old boy who stopped at my table, looked and then checked the rest of the show. He came back and asked some questons about a Sig and a Ruger and for me to make him a deal. He talked to his wife and she said if he wanted them to buy them. She wrote a check and he signed it and I had him put the serial numbers on the check. We talked a few more minutes and than they left. Two weeks later we got a copy of the check back saying the account was closed. Reported same to Llano Sherff dept but they felt I was screwed as I didn't get a driver license #. Even then it would be slim.I guess what put me off guard was after 22 yrs active duty you tend to get brained washed when talking to a higher up and tend to trust them. I can't get over the fact he even had his kid with him. Sure sold me. I don't know if it was the same Colonel or not but one bought $2000.00 worth of tools at Sears on a credit card, two weeks before me. You guessed it bad card. It's hell when you can't trust a man in uniform any more.:shifty: CASH FROM NOW ON.