David Chenicek; fake Marine

| October 18, 2012 | 54 Comments

We got a message the other day on our Facebook fan page about a gun dealer in New Hampshire who was scammed by the clown calling himself Gunnery Sergeant David Chenicek who was scamming gun dealers for parts to build his buddy an AR. The message went like this;

I run a tactical supply store in NH and was recently contacted by a guy with a story. I just found out from other gun shops that this guy is duping them all out of gear and parts to build a weapon for a wounded GI. He claims to be a gunnery sgt. but I do not believe him. Here is what he sent me and thanks.

Greetings Sir,
Myself and a few friends are trying to assemble an AR for an injured veteran. He was on the predator flight line in the sandbox and took mortar fire while on the line. His back was severely damaged and has had to go through several surgeries, and has extreme difficulty walking or even getting out of bed in the morning without help ( he actually lost 2″ in height ). So far we have a trigger from CMC and I bought him a MAGPUL MOE forend,grip and stock with a Spikes heavy buffer.
Before he was injured, I was sick and spent some time in the hospital after a minor heart attack and he was there every day to spend time with me and boost my own morale by keeping me company. He is an amazing human,
but at this time we have no upper or upper parts other than the MOE forend plastics yet.

Thank you for your time Sir.
Semper Fi.
GySgt.David Chenicek
5039 Vista Montana Way.
North Las Vegas, NV. 89031

So I had a couple of our Marines check him out on Marines On Line and there is no Gunnery Sergeant David Chenicek. Right after I got that message above, someone else contacted us from Las Vegas. This guy was so mad that he’d been duped, he posted all of his research on Chenicek on his own website.

I guess Chenicek finally came clean and admitted that he’s not a Marine, but he still claims to be building a rifle for a wounded airman, who comes into the discussion and says he never asked for an AR and he’s not wounded. D’oh!

The folks at Guardian of Valor beat me to posting it, but you can check on them.

So, I’m guessing that he’s not going to stop pulling this scam and hopefully this will move up the search engines so that any of our friends out there who deal in guns will see this when he tries to whine his way into their hearts.

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  1. Another shit for brains wanting to take a free ride.

  2. MCPO NYC USN (Ret.) says:

    Real Deal:

    # 1. After Market Boonie Hat.
    # 2. Sun Glasses Tactically Positioned on Top of Boonie Hat.
    # 3. Red Neck Hunting Shirt with some Printed Red Neck Stuff.
    # 4. Retirement Beard.
    # 5. That, “I can’t wait to use this McDonald’s coupon” look.
    # 6. The incredible detail in his story about the “predator flight line motar attack” is the most compelling evidence of his designation as the real deal!

    I am sending him a check … for $1,000,000.00.

  3. Tony says:

    Stupid question time: Why is it nearly everyone of these guys to a man seems to think we all wear camo when we’re off duty or retired? Does that make any sense?

  4. 702shooter says:

    Damn you. You just knocked me out of #1 Google result. ;)

    https://www.google.com/search?q=David+Chenicek

  5. Jonn Lilyea says:

    #4 – Sorry. No, not really. I figured that’s why you came to me.

  6. 2-17 AirCav says:

    There is a special place in Hell for knuckleheads like this who use wounded warrior stories–real or fiction–to personally gain from. To me, this is extraordinary valor theft worthy of whatever vile can be heaped upon him.

  7. 702shooter says:

    #5, No worries man. Pretty soon page 1 results will be filled with this story. :)

  8. Scotty says:

    I would be surprised if this idiot knows how to spell weapon with out spell check. Let alone know how to build one. He needs a Marine Corps blanket party!

  9. Twist says:

    Does anyone that is a veteran of our current conflicts ever say “sandbox” to anybody but another veteran, let alone somebody they don’t really know?

  10. karlen says:

    Can’t stop laughing at “aftermarket boonie hat.”

  11. ARoberts says:

    Im originally from Vegas, Ill pass the info around to the gunsmiths and dealers I know up that way. And of course to the surplus stores as well since this dude looks like he probably hangs out in them. Hopefully more people will pass it around as folks like this dont go away, they just change their MO and start over again.

  12. NHSparky says:

    What part of NH? Sounds like this gent could use a bit of business to make up for having to deal with such a d-bag.

  13. OWB says:

    @ #9: Not sure about that. I certainly see your point, but must admit that I may have used the term myself outside the veteran circle. Or heard someone other than one of us use it. Dunno for sure. Got me wondering now!

  14. Tman says:

    Give him ‘credit’ at least it wasn’t your usual tale of some Force Recon or Spec Ops Marine wounded fighting 30 insurgents before being taken briefly POW.

    Just some Predator line dude got injured form a mortar.

  15. Nicki says:

    Oh dear God! This fatass looks like a helmet-wearing, window-licking retard! Anyone who believes he was a Marine must also send money to that Nigerian prince, who will then deposit $1.5 million into the account if their choice!

  16. GoV says:

    We love you guys, you know that! And google loves us both to, seems anytime you and us post it makes it to the first page. That, in my opinion, is better than any justice he can receive in a court of law! After all, isn’t that why John Giduck is so pissed! (:

  17. GoV says:

    And as a mater of fact, we are all now the top three in search results.

  18. LebbenB says:

    “Retirement beard” Hey – I’m retired and I don’t have a beard. Did I miss a briefing or something?

  19. MCPO NYC USN (Ret.) says:

    @ 18 … Just my point! Laughing at himself –> MCPO

  20. Roger in Republic says:

    Anyone duped into giving this guy gun parts should contact their local police. He might be charged with “theft by deception”. If a convicted felon, he might also be charged with illegal possession of a Firearm. He might be trying to build a class III piece without benefit of papers. In any case you would make his life tough for a while. He might even get to be famous.

  21. Ex-PH2 says:

    These guys just make it too easy.

    And isn’t gunnery sergeant abbreviated supposed to be all caps, as in GYSGT?

  22. Green Thumb says:

    Turd.

  23. Hack Stone says:

    @22, the correct abbreviation is GySgt, but I already knew that, retiring at the rank.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Marine_Corps_rank_insignia

  24. Jamie says:

    Agree with Scotty, but use locks in socks instead of bars of soap!

  25. AW1 Tim says:

    @25:

    My father, a former sailor in WWII, taught me a neat trick when I enlisted. When you go to roll your neckerchief, first place a roll of dines in it, then roll it up and tie it off.

    In a pinch, you can grab the square knot and pull it up over your head, and you have an instant weapon with serious kinetic energy transfer potential. Afterward, you have money for the pay phone at the brig to call your Chief and explain what happened. :)

  26. Green Thumb says:

    @26.

    Nice.

  27. SFC Holland says:

    @3 We don’t? I thought camo and beards were mandatory for all vets, regardless of age or branch. How are we supposed to know you served if you aren’t wearing a gillie suit everyday?

  28. Steve says:

    He also ripped off some folks in Vegas, such as New Frontier Armory and Henderson Defense they posted information and warnings to their other clients about this dirtbag when it first came to light he was full of crap.

    He also claims to have stage four testicular cancer or something along those lines, he is an altogether pitiful example of the human animal.

  29. Steve says:

    I guess 702 had covered the NFA and HD stuff, my bad. But, his thing about that Airman on the Predator Flightline on 702′s site, complete BS they don’t launch from inside the combat zone.

  30. Joe Williams says:

    I have yet to see a real former gunny with a bread.To sully my Marine Corps. Is beyond cotempt .Wall to wall conuseling and a blanket pArty is in order. joe

  31. NHSparky says:

    Am I the only one who thinks of Zach Galifianakis in “The Hangover” when I see that picture?

    Just slide it on back, Fat Jesus….

  32. Joe Williams says:

    Derail throught, why donm’t we have a Valor Troughtment. We have a have very good nominees. Joe

  33. Tman says:

    And once again, as per usual, organizations and whatnot taking a “veterans” claims at face value and getting duped.

    On one hand, you have the veterans and active duty scrutinizing to the last excruciating detail any person’s claims about military status.

    And on the other, you have the general public, such as the media and other organizations, that automatically accept any person’s claims about military status and service, no matter how absurd, with zero research.

    I guess we just have to accept that many in the general public feel it is in poor form to question a person’s military claims.

  34. SFC Holland says:

    @30 yes, we do. Google TF ODIN. That’s my current outfit.

  35. JP says:

    @32

    He reminds me more of the guys in Skynyrd.

  36. ThommyMac says:

    Pronounced ‘l?h-’nérd ‘skin-’nérd

    :-)

  37. Twist says:

    You would think that Hank Williams Jr. would have enough money to buy his own gun parts.

  38. Joe Williams says:

    I think our bull chief just called me a redneck.I am wearing camo and not shaving. It’s Deer season here. Joe

  39. Chip@NASA says:

    @ 36 & 37
    SHHHHHH! Next thing you know, he’s going to be saying that he was one of the 20 survivors of the 1977 plane crash in Gillsburg.

  40. Steve says:

    @35 Understood, I suppose I should have been more specific. Those are Army aviation assets, the troop he was referring to was supposedly AF from his description.

  41. streetsweeper says:

    I don’t suppose a truck load of cockaroacha spray to hose this assclown down would help, would it? F’ng dingleberry….Way to go get ‘em 702! Well done!

  42. Just an Old Dog says:

    David “The Ass-Whistler” Chenicek

  43. Redacted1775 says:

    Dude looks like Muqtada Al Sadr, same brain dead look on his face and everything.

  44. Fessster says:

    Las Vegas, NV not NH New Hampshire. FYI Only… I’ve seen him a time or two around town at different Gun stores, and Gun shows etc… Scumbag!!

  45. SFC Holland says:

    http://www.uasvision.com/2011/12/27/anatomy-of-may-5-predator-crash-in-kandahar/

    http://blogs.cfr.org/zenko/2012/09/13/who-else-has-drones/

    Air Force Predators in Kandahar. Got this info from the Brits in Helmand.

    Beating the dead horse, sorry.

  46. NHSparky says:

    Fess–he scammed a guy out of NH.

  47. Steve says:

    @46 My bad once again I suppose. ;) I was under the impression that the drones we had launching in-country were CIA assets. Makes sense though, when they kicked us out of Pakistan they still needed to be closer than the UAE or Qatar for some operations. It wasn’t my career field so I was only speaking from what I had seen, I bow to superior knowledge.

  48. Eagle II says:

    hello my name is harry i run a tactical suppy store in nh and was recently contacted by a guy with a story. i just found out from other gun shops that this guy is duping them all out of gear and parts to build a weapon for a wounded g.i. he claimes to be a gunnery sgt. but i do not belive him. here is what he sent me and thanks.

    From:David Chenicek

    Greetings Sir,
    Myself and a few friends are trying to assemble an AR for an injured veteran. He was on the predator flight line in the sandbox and took mortar fire while on the line. His back was severely damaged and has had to go through several surgeries, and has extreme difficulty walking or even getting out of bed in the morning without help ( he actually lost 2″ in height ). So far we have a trigger from CMC and I bought him a MAGPUL MOE forend,grip and stock with a Spikes heavy buffer.
    Before he was injured, I was sick and spent some time in the hospital after a minor heart attack and he was there every day to spend time with me and boost my own morale by keeping me company. He is an amazing human,
    but at this time we have no upper or upper parts other than the MOE forend plastics yet.

    Thank you for your time Sir.
    Semper Fi.
    GySgt.David Chenicek
    5039 Vista Montana Way.
    North Las Vegas, NV. 89031

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    C O N F I R M E D F R A U D
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    http://www.facebook.com/TheFakeWarriorProject

    IMAGE OF RETURN FROM DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY

    http://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc7/c106.0.403.403/p403x403/598504_473725926002851_258481299_n.jpg

  49. Eagle II says:

    TRY THAT AGAIN:

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