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Old 6th January 2015, 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted by raygun View Post
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!
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