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Old 6th January 2015, 07:20 PM
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Originally Posted by raygun View Post
1. It's an absolute offence and all that has to be proved is that the gun is over power. Intent just doesn't come into it. There is absolutely no provision in law protecting you whilst you take an overpower Section 1 gun anywhere.
Do you know of anyone who has ever been prosecuted?

Originally Posted by raygun View Post
2. Based on reports on various Boards about over power guns having to be returned. I think that Daystate may have collected the odd one. Other manufacturers certainly haven't.

I know a company that could also mend cars that have collected two but that's not enough evidence to say it does or doesn't happen.
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