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Old 24th April 2009, 03:17 PM
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Post Anti Tamper

For those interested in this issue

It's Still being discussed on Airgun Forum

Currently on page 13

Current Outcome

AMTA - Has invited 8 Anti AT Shooters along to a meeting
@ Birmingham Proof House on 19th May 09

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Old 24th April 2009, 09:11 PM
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Interesting thread Bob, thanks for the pointer.

This document here is probably what many have wanted to see... (page 27).

The vagueries and peculiarities of Firearms legislation never cease to amaze me... I know they confound my local FLO somewhat.
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Old 10th June 2009, 11:08 PM
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It's been reported that Styre will Not be adding Antie Tamper to their Gun's

Following report's - That it is Not currently a Legal Requirement

Understand Sales are @ a New Time High - As shooters rush to get one..........

Should make it interesting amongst other manufactures

The issue is still well discussed on AirGunForum

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Old 11th June 2009, 09:54 AM
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Good for them.

I noticed on Steyr's website last night. Right on their home page, at the bottom: "Steyr LG110 Field Target 7,5/16 Joule - Adjustment of the muzzle velocity. In order to deal individually with any kind of pellets, the new velocity screw can now easily be adjusted from the outside wih the bolt delivered with the rifle - see picture."

Can't see that happening on a UK manufacturer's website, even before AT. Ooh can't give people information like that, someone might abuse it. What happened to common sense and personal responsibility? Glad to see it's not dead overseas at least.
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