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CMP is altering the early 1903's you buy

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by Stock Doc, Apr 5, 2002.

  1. Stock Doc

    Stock Doc G&G Evangelist

    I was just reading at the address below that the CMP is altering the early 1903's so they cant be fired since they are a risk. I'm a bit ticked as I ordered mine and was never told this. I will now receive it and it is not what I ordered. Yes I understand they should not be fired so dont even go there. My point is it was not sold as altered to me and now I will get it this way. I own many early guns that should not be fired but they have all parts. I should have bee given a liability form to sign saying I relieve them of all lawsuits if I fire the rifle and it left alone.
    I posted this hear as many will be purchasing 1903's and maybe you should buy a later one instead. Rick B

    http://www.jouster.com/cgi-bin/cmp-...mp.pl?read=1075
     
  2. Hi, Rick,

    I read the brouhaha on the CSP forum and although I agree that CMP should have been more forthcoming, I really can't blame them. Plus, it seems like a striker would be relatively easy to replace.

    I think a sad commentary on our "sue everybody" society.