Has this always been to do with the law?
Nothing to do with manufacturers wanting to reduce time/costs fixing rifles returned within warranty that had been messed with by the owners ( or suspected messed with )?
Didn't Daystate make that statement? They offered the choice of non AT but buyer signed a waiver?
Was that an urban myth?
Last edited by skires; 7th January 2015 at 10:03 AM.