I wrote The Beginner’s Guide to Marijuana Distribution around 2002 because readers of my website, Get to Know a Merijuana Dealer, kept asking me to write it. There have been a lot of changes since then and some good progress toward legalization, but I still think there’s some good information buried in this book for people in areas where marijuana is still illegal who want to get started in the drug trade.
A potential dealer needed to take everything I said with a grain of salt due to the differences in cultures, drug laws, family situations etc, but now more than ever, this should be read with a very critical eye. I have been out of the game now since 2007, just because I got bored with it and my day job pays way better, so I am far from the definitive authority on selling weed.
Also, you may notice my use of ‘pe’ and ‘per’. This was my attempt to inject the English language with gender non-specific pronouns but it wound up just making the book more confusing and because I don’t want to spend time going back to edit this book, I’m going to leave them. Just remember that pe and per means “he or she” and “his or hers”.
Anyway, be careful.
Here is the introduction that I wrote for this book:
The target audience for this book are brand new marijuana dealers and those of you who wish to break into the field but just don’t know where to start. It’s intended mostly for people who aren’t trying to make a career out of marijuana distribution, but just want a little side income or free smoke. However, experienced dealers, and big-time dealers might learn a thing or two as well, and get another perspective on the business. General pot smokers can also benefit from the chapter on dealing with police, or if they wish to know how dealers think so they can evaluate them to find the cheapest and safest hookup. This book focuses on marijuana dealing, but most of it can apply to all illegal drugs.
While I do make the claim that the suggestions in this book can greatly reduce your chances of getting busted, it is not a fool-proof system. As with everything in life there are always risks. This should go without saying, but do not hold me responsible for your choices.
Do not use this manual as though it were instructions for a VCR. Every situation is different, every customer, every dealer and every city are all different. This is not a step-by-step manual, and I am not the end-all authority on marijuana dealing. Use your brain and your instincts every step of the way.
Also note that some of this book will seem overly paranoid, and this is probably true. It’s not necessary to follow absolutely every suggestion I lay down, because there’s always going to be risks and worrying about every little thing isn’t what life is about. Just remember to keep everything that I have to say in mind, and understand the risks before you do anything.
As with most of my writing I use the non-gender-specific personal pronouns, Pe and Per in places where I talk of someone who could be either male or female. It’s not a bunch of typos; I’m just weird like that. However, I’ve decided to phase this out of my writing, because people out there want their language set in stone, so parts may have been changed back to “proper” english.
The Beginner's Guide to Marijuana Distribution
by Kalin Ringkvist.
1 - The Decision To Start Dealing
2 - Finding a Supplier
3 - Trust
4 - Weed on the Front
5 - Finding Customers
6 - Ethics in Drug Dealing
7 - Honesty and Lies
8 - Doctoring your product
9 - Judging Weed
10 - Necessary Equipment
11- Phones, Cell Phones and Pagers
12 - Guns
13 - bicycles
14 - clothing
15 - automobiles
16 - Dealing From Your Home
17 - Weights, Measurements, Prices and Mathematics
18 - The Ideal Customer
19 - To Front or Not to Front
20 - Growing Your Business
21 - Keeping Your Mouth Shut
22 - Avoiding Rip-Offs
23 - Carrying and Hiding Your Weed
24 - Dealing With Cops
25 - Your rights and the police
26 - If They Search Your Home
27 - If You Get Arrested
28 - Spotting a Narc or Undercover Cop
29 - Awareness of People and Surroundings
30 - Managing Paranoia
31 - Managing your Money
32 - Managing Your Smoking Habits
33 - Managing Your Time
33 - Dating and Drug Dealing
34 - Women in Drug Dealing
35 - Other Drugs
36 - Parties and Concerts
37 - Dealing Drugs Supports Terrorism?
38 - How to Roll a Sack
39 - Summary and Important Points
Please don't blindly assume my advice will be right for everyone. If you find this book anywhere else on the internet, know that it has been plagiarized. I'm not mad though. Thanks for reading. Thanks for supporting personal freedom.