Went to the SAR show in PHX last weekend, and was lucky to sell a few small items as a walk-in. Been wanting a set of MAGPUL MBUS sights, so I stopped at the first table I ecountered. Clean-cut, professional looking and talking guys starting a new brick & mortar store nearby. Figured their price ($70 for the set) was a "get-to-know-us" price. The light bulb came on when I went to mount the set and noted "issues" with both the front and rear sight that were clearly NOT acceptable on a military grade sight. Called MAGPUL and the lady confirmed them as fakes (not even PTS) so did other internet postings. The bottom of the box (in SMALL print) even says "WARNING: This Product is designed for Training and Simulation use only". Called the seller (he gave me a reciept) and asked if he was aware that he was selling fakes. Of course he was surprised, and offered a refund (if I can actually get to meet him). It got me thinking about other poor trusting SCHMUCKS like myself who will take them home and install on a rifle they will likely not shoot for a looong time to discover. The question is; as a retailer do you think he knew what they really were, or is he also a victim ???