Unser swings by to tell Clay that Gemma's about to be sprung from the pokey and "I'm all set." He concludes with, "You stay whole," and Clay shakes his hand. Before Unser can pull away, Clay hugs him and says, "What you do for us? It won't be forgotten."
Then it's time for the bikers to all hug -- specifically, the four guys who aren't coming with Jax and the main crew (Chibs, Piney, Opie and Kozik) -- and Jax hands the giant, looming prospect (Filthy Phil) two letters with orders to deliver them after he's received a certain text. And not to get all foreshadow-y, but notice how the four people not coming along on this little shopping spree for Irishmen happen to be the four men who are not facing lockup? Hmmmm.
Jax heads to his bike, and Clay says, "I love you, son." Jax gives him a long look and replies, "I love you too." Then everyone's off and running.
We cut to Jimmy in the car with the Russians, and Jimmy's beginning to realize something's not right. When the SUV he's in pulls into the clearing where SAMCRO is waiting, Jimmy realizes what's going on. He turns and says, "Victor, after all I've done for you? The money? The guns? Don't do this." Victor's thinking, "You didn't really do $2 million for me, did you?"
And now, the meeting. Jax hands over two duffel bags worth of cash and three nameless Russian goons go through it to make sure it's all good. Tig nervously eyes the big bag of guns in the front seat while they do it. We zip over to a country road where Stahl is waiting impatiently. She stomps over to her agents and tells them, "Five more minutes and we move in." And in those few minutes: the Russians decide everything's good, Jimmy's marched over ("Clay, Jackson, nothing really to say, yeah?"), and Bobby Elvis walks him to the van while Clay shakes hands and concludes the business transaction. Everyone goes their separate ways.