I never did like the show that much anyway. I thought it was mostly a dog and pony show and did not realy represent us very well. Kind of like the two idiots that attempt to tear the weapons up on their show in the name of testing. I guess the bottom line when you become an FFL Dealer or have and FFL License for what ever reason one should realize there is some responsibility and accountability that goes along with it. You can not afford to be careless! And certainly if you have lost a receiver or a weapon you should report it as soon as you find it is not in inventory no matter how it disappeared. But when they come in for an inspection, that is not the time to find you have 10 guns or receivers missing from your inventory. Inventories should be taken periodically throughout the year to assure the books are correct and everything is accounted for. Recently a dealer surrendered his license to offset prosecution. The reason I could not believe but was true. This mental giant moved his store to another address without reporting the move and having his license address changed! Dhuuuuuuu! Anyway, when they went to inspect the store was not there! When you know all dealers today are under the magnifying glass anyway due to the tempo of the present times and anti-gun position by the administration you should follow everything to the letter! Especially your weapon inventory and Fed Books and Documents. Just makes common sense!
So I can't say I am very sympathetic to the Sons of Guns situation.