Originally Posted by chrisc
Maybe the flexibilty in the testing is there for a reason......unplanned or otherwise. If a responsible air rifle shooter has his rifles taken and tested then the flexibilty 'could' be used to give the shooter a bit of leniency. Now if a scumbag drug dealer is caught with a rifle and had it tested the flexibilty could allow the prosecution to throw the book at him......Just speculation and maybe a curve ball?
Both end up with a criminal record, only the sentence may be different. Guilt does not need to be proved only that the offence took place. All you could do is try to find a flaw in the testing procedure. Best of luck (and deep pockets) with that!