Friend of my father-in-law's bought the hunt from a Canadian auction outfit of some kind. They had a fair amount of email correspondence with the outfitter up until about 10 days prior to the hunt. Our friend should have done a better job of confirming details like getting picked up. I sailed through customs because I am a bow hunter. The two other guys were detained for 5 hours. During that time they called the outfitter and a couple of young "representatives" showed up. My partners were carted off to jail. My father-in-law is 80 years old. So, over the course of two days I talked to lawyers, public defenders, prosecuters, family members translators and "Homers" crew. Made several trips to jail, which was unnerving when they confiscated my passport and phone. Weirdly, the outfitter/scammer was hanging around. We think that it was bad for the outfitter to make it onto the radar screen (of the police). They offered to fly us out of the company on a private plane. EVERYONE we spoke with, including the jail people, said "Do not get on that plane!" Finally got them out, but of course, no guns. All flights out were booked for days. After a lot of confusion we hired a car and driver to take us to Nogales. We walked, with luggage, across the border! Got another car to Tuscan and spent the night. Rented a car the next day and drove to Phoenix to use our tickets to fly home!