I sent a repsectful email to Ebay concerning there decision to restrict the sale of firearm parts and components to include brass and bullets online. Apparently this all stemed from the Virgina Tech shootings where a magazine was bought off Ebay. This was the reply I got. Hello Mr. Pritt, Thank you for your recent email to Matt Halprin regarding the changes to our Firearms, Weapons and Knives policy. He has asked that I respond on his behalf. At eBay we take the safety of our community and our marketplace very seriously. We have a Trust and Safety team which consists of more than 2,000 experts in online security and safety who are located around the globe. This team is dedicated to ensuring that our marketplace is a safe and trusted place for buyers and sellers to engage in trade. We value an open and transparent marketplace; if items are legal to buy and sell in an unrestricted manner we allow them on our site. However, there are some items that while legal, may not be safe for our marketplace. In these instances, our applicable policies go beyond the law to ensure that our marketplace is safe. After careful consideration our executives and our Trust and Safety team determined that while legal, any item required to fire a gun has no place on eBay. All of our policies are under constant review. As the internet and the way our communities use the internet evolves, our policies and our marketplace must evolve with it. We have determined that this policy change was in the best interest of promoting a safe marketplace for all members. Regards, Mike Smith Office of the President eBay, Inc.