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A batch of very worn Vektor SP1 pistols was recently imported and sold here in the US. If you got one of them, please make sure to inspect the locking block prior to firing it. A large number of them have locking luges that are cracked or sheared off entirely, which makes them dangerous to fire. Fortunately, this is a very easy problem to remedy, as the SP1 can use a standard Beretta 92/96 locking block – and those are readily available and inexpensive.
I have reposted this to remove the name of one particular reseller who sold these. They are working with buyers to solve the issue, and it was never my intention for people to deluge them with threatening emails.
Caveat Emptor is not always a legal defense, but it is always an important principal for the wise collector.
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