Walther STOLE my gun

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rglbegl, Nov 3, 2006.

  1. BlkHawk73

    BlkHawk73 New Member

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    Walther themselves sold you the gun? I'm guessing a dealer out there in Kommieland did.
    It would uthe resposability of the dealer to know what's legal before the sale. Regarding the issue with the factory, is the damage thier fault? If so, yes they should fix it on thier dime. If it's the users fault for the damage (scuff) it's on the owner's hands to pay for any repairs.

    Sorry if I sound indiffernt but with these types of posts, we're only getting one side of the story. Suerly S7W has thier side with thier won reasons not told here
    Last edited: Nov 5, 2006
  2. It's called "voting with your feet," Polish, and I couldn't agree with you more. Indeed, that is precisely the reason we moved from the Peoples Republic to Colorado nearly a dozen years ago. Short of nuking the place, the battle is lost in California. I also agree that the only way change may possibly happen there is through economic pressure. Consider the situation for a moment in economic terms. Who actually leaves California? Is it the takers--the multitude who benefit from the increasingly socialistic policies of that government--or is it the givers--those who have skills and abilities that actually contribute to society? California is slowly committing suicide. When the CFO of a major corporation says to the board: "You know guys, if we move our operation to Texas, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, or any number of other states, our profit margin will increase by 30% just from sensible taxation policies," what corporation wouldn't move? And when it moves, what happens to the tax base in California? The individuals who leave California are largely drawn from the upper 20% of the population in terms of education and skills, not from the welfare rolls. That kind of "brain drain" will destroy California eventually, just as it did East Berlin in the years following WWII.
  3. Tuttle

    Tuttle New Member

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    Polish,
    You thoughts about moving have hit a chord with me. Been contmplating a move for about 6 months now. I am now pretty sure that a move west and north is in my future.
  4. rglbegl

    rglbegl New Member

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    So I had a laywer write them a letter. It cost me a few bucks, but they will get in in a few days time. I will keep you all updated on the progress. Until now Walther has always been so good to me. it just sucks cuz that was my favorite little gun to shoot regularly. For those that have not shot one, go try it. They are great!! I miss my baby :(
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