Thread: Anti-tamper
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Old 6th January 2015, 11:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Tench View Post
The worrying thing about that is it can be done without leaving any evidence of tampering too which could be used by the manufacturers as a get out clause alleviating them of responsibility if a rifle was found to be over powered while still having the AT intact.
The manufacturer doesn't need the get out clause. AT intact or not. Don't you understand? That's how clever they are.

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