Originally Posted by Yorkshiretea
It's pretty simply Rich, you take the path of lesser risk when make products available to the public. You test and keep records for ten years proving that you have done everything possible to make the product safe and compatible with the law of the land it's shipping to.
Which is the greater risk?
1. Fitting AT to ensure you've done everything within your power to ensure the gun is legal.
2. Fitting power adjuster that makes the gun possibly illegal at the point of purchase.
So you take the stance that as long as the manufacturer is O.K. and the Directors are O.K. your customer can be put at risk of prosecution without being able to do anything about it.
Glad we got that clear