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Is this site gun friendly?

Been trying this site out for a few days and running through the totorials. I’m an engineer and design and manufacture all different types of gun components. Is this site gun friendly? If you have a firearms manufacturing license and are licensed by the ATF can you conduct gun transfer’s on this site? :thinking:

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No i dont think so, specially it online too. I have seen some weird gigs but not weapon.

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Yeah, I’d proactively reach out to customer service to ask about that, but I think it’s probably a no. Fiverr is publicly-traded and doesn’t allow adult-themed gigs, so it would stand to reason they’re probably not okay with things in a similar oft-censored vein.

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Fiverr is an international website platform. The amount of varying firearm regulations and restrictions is dizzying just comparing cities, counties, and states in the United States; trying to determine the legality of gun transfers when also considering the rest of the world would be a Herculean task.

The safe assumption would be no.

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I assumed no too on the transfers, but was curious about other components to firearms that arnt typically regulated.

Firearm transfers would definitely be considered something only adults can legally conduct.

I don’t think simply having a firearm displayed or utilized in some safe and legal manner for a gig would be considered adult content. I’ve seen some gigs that do firearm green screen footage and such.

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Thanks for the response, been trying to find some something similar on the site and have seen pictures of guns but not necessarily related to manufacturing.:+1:

Fiverr allows things like painting figurines and crafting objects, but anything firearm related is a whole different kettle of fish. Best bet would be somewhere else.

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We are just buyers and sellers on the forum.

Here is the link for Customer Support: https://www.fiverr.com/support_tickets/new who will be able to answer your questions.

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I agree with images / writing about guns, provided they don’t touch on illegal subjects (e.g. depicting or describing a political figure being graphically shot). Being that the OP’s name has “CNC” (Computer Numerical Control) in it, I’m assuming he sells/makes 3D printer or machined part diagrams for gun components, which kind of crosses into physical/issue-laden territory.

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For SURE, ask CS first:

Source: https://www.fiverr.com/community/standards/violence-criminal

and
Fiverr ToS:

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I specialize in manufacturing of these types of components, but my services can vary through out all manufacturing so maybe I’ll start there.
Thanks again

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Thanks sent them a message :slightly_smiling_face:

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Thanks I sent a message to them. :+1:

The topic and timing of this thread are quite a coincidence for me. I’m developing a few new gigs which happen to include firearms in them. I’ve already thoroughly dissected the ToS, so hopefully I won’t run into any issues.

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None of which I’m asking breaks any of these regulations just seeing what the community thinks, and will message fiverr directly. Thanks

Can u elaborate a little more on what u are trying to set up?

Nothing related to parts manufacturing or shipping of physical objects. Just as an accessory for a specific genre of videos.

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Ahh gotcha and they were ok with the gun graphics?

The gigs are not up yet, still in development. It’s not gun graphics, but actual guns in actual real life video.

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