Originally Posted by raygun
That unfortunately doesn't change anything.
As the holder of the gun you are responsible for it's power and if over power and in your hands it's a Section 1 offence.
Could you ship a Section 1 rifle by post as a none certificate holder or would some P.O. Director deem your putting one of their employees at risk ?
Yes it does, it means the agent of sale has acknowledged a problem and agreed for it it be returned to be corrected, they nearly always arrange for it to be collected or returned to a FDL. Which means you have a way of explaining and remaining within the law. Man, the glass is defo half empty isn't it!