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PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby tirths » Fri Apr 02, 2010 2:53 pm

Just came to understand, if you are buying PCP gun that manufactured in India, ensure they have got necessary clearance from Min of Industry, Dept. of Industrial Development, G.S.R. No. 77(E) Dt. 24 Feb 1987 as this is falling under Indian Explosive Act, 1884



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Re: PCP buyers - Caution

Postby hvj1 » Fri Apr 02, 2010 7:22 pm

Thanks Tirths



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Re: PCP buyers - Caution

Postby eljefe » Fri Apr 02, 2010 7:28 pm

Tirth-
Can you please post the link here for all to see?
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Re: PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby gverma » Wed Apr 07, 2010 8:37 pm

So isnt this more for the person who makes the gun than us who purchase them ?



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Re: PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby nsudhakar » Thu Apr 15, 2010 10:53 am

Hello Tirths

Perhaps this notification "Min of Industry, Dept. of Industrial Development, G.S.R. No. 77(E) Dt. 24 Feb 1987" refers to gas cylinders i.e. cylinders containing inflammable materials that are interpreted under explosives. That's what the notification says. But, I suppose the PCP cylinders or tubes does not fall under this category as it is only highly compressed air for PCPs.



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Re: PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby tirths » Thu Apr 15, 2010 11:12 am

nsudhakar wrote:Hello Tirths

Perhaps this notification "Min of Industry, Dept. of Industrial Development, G.S.R. No. 77(E) Dt. 24 Feb 1987" refers to gas cylinders i.e. cylinders containing inflammable materials that are interpreted under explosives. That's what the notification says. But, I suppose the PCP cylinders or tubes does not fall under this category as it is only highly compressed air for PCPs.

Please check

IS 7285 (Part 1), IS 3224 and IS 7285 (Part 2) as well



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Re: PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby GSMELVIN » Fri Apr 30, 2010 6:59 pm

Hello Tirths..
im trying to PM u fr last few days but all my PMs r still in my outbox.. Can u plz mention ur Email id so that i can mail u..
Kind Regards,
Melvin Selvan.



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Re: PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby Lucky Luke » Fri Apr 30, 2010 7:04 pm

@ Melvin
Tirths has been banned and hence would not be able to log in. PMs would remain in the in-box until the recipient logs in.


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Re: PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby GSMELVIN » Fri Apr 30, 2010 7:15 pm

Hoo thanks a lot Luke... Could u help me with his Email ID plz.. if possible..
Kind Regards,
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Re: PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby sudhaiob » Fri Apr 30, 2010 10:10 pm

i would suggest a little caution in dealing with that person as he has been banned in this as well another forum
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Re: PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby mundaire » Fri Apr 30, 2010 10:26 pm

sudhaiob wrote:i would suggest a little caution in dealing with that person as he has been banned in this as well another forum
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True, but he is still correct about possible legal implications of dealing with fly by night operators who are possibly manufacturing & selling without requisite permits/ licences...


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Re: PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby gverma » Sat May 01, 2010 8:39 am

So do I as buyer need to worry about this at the end of the day isn't this the responsibility of the manufacturer.
Am I in any legal jeopardy is the manufacturer is not compliant with the rules and regulations?



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Re: PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby vikrant » Thu Sep 09, 2010 1:37 am

I dint even knew that indian made PCPs are available :o .can any one post picks and details of it.pls



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Re: PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby englishtown » Fri Mar 04, 2011 11:09 pm

hello guys

can sm one tell me where can i buy pcp air gun with scope in india ???

my location is near chandigarh, Ludhiana.


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Re: PCP buyers - Legal Caution

Postby SUFFIX » Sun Sep 25, 2011 3:36 pm

gverma wrote:So do I as buyer need to worry about this at the end of the day isn't this the responsibility of the manufacturer.
Am I in any legal jeopardy is the manufacturer is not compliant with the rules and regulations?


Well, it is like this. You purchased a gas cylinder and it got exploded and you will be popped off (not meaning you) hope you will be there to blame the manufacturer.
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