On Craigslist, you can't even list gun accessories, anything with 'gun' in the name, or anything that might be considered as a gun in any way. So paintball gun? Better call it a paintball "marker" (the proper term, anyway.)
Cell phone holster? Might get flagged just for using the word "holster".
I won't shun eBay or Craigslist, I have other hobbies where those two sites are basically the main methods around; but I am a big fan of Gunbroker.
Hi yes, I am aware of armlist, gunbroker, gunsamerican, armspost and numerous more. I wanted to bring these anti gun companies to the attention of the general public. Will I shun them? Not 100%, but if given the choice and all things are equal their anti gun policies will play into my decision of whom to support.
I see a lot of guns on Craigs List. The are usually mostly in the same day as posted or a day before. A Red Label 26" O/U is one that has been there recently.
Also, saw a KelTec yesterday.
I guess if you don't use the more common brand names or more main stream name like Smith and Wesson, the one's even the most casual observer would notice, you can get away with it for a little while anyway.