FrontierGander, If you insist on posting all this CVA nonsense then you absolutely deserve all the replies you are getting in return but don't think anything you say or do is ever going to change history.
Originally Posted by FrontierGander
they recalled guns that had issues with the breech plugs popping out. This was in 1995. BPI "Current owner of CVA" still has the recall issue out and is taking care of those who may have been injured by the recall rifle.
As the record shows CVA manufactured dangerous weapons and as far as this poster is concerned, they continue marketing below quality weapons even under new ownership/management. ("BPI "Current owner of CVA" still has the recall issue out and is taking care of those who may have been injured by the recall rifle") They "legally" have to continue the recall until all known weapons that may have been affected have been examined, adjusted or better yet, destroyed.
And even though BPI has "legally" continued the recall they also didn't fail to make the following known.
Blackpowder Products, Inc. purchased the assets of CVA, Inc.
in May of 1999 Blackpowder Products assumed no liability for any product manufactured or sold prior to January 1, 1998.
Blackpowder Products, Inc., is continuing the Connecticut Valley Firearms, Inc., recall. (they recalled guns that had issues with the breech plugs popping out. This was in 1995.) So now finally, IF there were injuries reported back as far as 1995, How come the so called "Voluntarty" recall didn't take place until 2 years later?
FG, it's obvious the more you shine light on the CVA troubles from the past the more everyone get's to point out your ignorance to the facts.