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Soul of the Warrior m72Le LawGiver Review

#1 User is offline   DeltaX 

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Posted 22 January 2009 - 05:25 PM

Hey guys. I just got in the mail today my first anti tank killer! HAHAHHA....... Wrong. There was some bad stuff on this piece of equipment. First, when I picked it up by the sling, the piece that holds the sling together broke right off. Not even a inch off the ground. 2nd there are to cracks that I noticed on the law. It looks like they tried to spray right over it and cover it up. 3rd. This is the one that burst my bubble hardcore. When I put my hand on the belly of the law, I noticed that it sunk in a tad. I looked at it closer and say that someone had taped over a hole and spray painted over it to hide it!!! I was going totally bonkers on what I just seen! I mean the cracks can happen, but trying to hide a hole and send it to the customer!? Wow. I am trying to get this law back and get a new one and see if they can redeem themselves for this sin. Here is the site I bought it from. http://legvi.tripod....arium/id75.html Go ahead and spam the email if you want. JK. Please dont do that. And thats my review on this company. I'll let you know when I get my new one from them.
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Posted 22 January 2009 - 05:57 PM

I just got the reply from my email to them and they said that the cracks arent supposed to be there, but the hole is. Its like the weak point for the casing when they molded it. Makes sense I think. So everything isnt so bad about this company.
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Posted 29 November 2009 - 07:19 PM

i ordered one of these a few days ago... tell me, is it worth it..? awful customer service from that company im having strong doubts..
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Posted 29 November 2009 - 07:40 PM

it's a toys R us plastic LAW with some PVC and some black iron pipe fittings
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Posted 30 November 2009 - 11:40 AM

You paid money for that? Damn. B)
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Posted 30 November 2009 - 12:11 PM

I actually do own a real Law.

I've never shot it tho... I don't the legallity of owning rpgs.... lol

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Posted 30 November 2009 - 12:41 PM

I would have thought the first warning was the fact it's at tripod.com.

Most legitimate vendors at least bother with registering their own domain name, and almost all of them either host their own sites or hire someone else a bit more secure/credible than tripod.com to do so.

View PostFIFTY CAL, on Nov 30 2009, 01:11 PM, said:

I actually do own a real Law.

I've never shot it tho... I don't the legallity of owning rpgs.... lol


Assuming you're referring to a live one, honestly find it pretty hard to believe.

It'd fall under the category of "destructive devices" IIRC. And it'd be illegal for private ownership without considerable paperwork and taxes (and most likely, not legal period)



EDIT: If it's a used/spent LAW (a true LAW is a single shot disposable device), I could see you owning one of those without any problems at all. It'd be perfectly legal because it's useless, like those dummy mortar shells or dummy grenades you can find at surplus stores.

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Posted 30 November 2009 - 02:30 PM

It is what it is, but its a much better alternative and $300.00. $95.00 is much more easy to spend. plus it runs on 12g CO2. Im using it for my airsoft team, not paintball. Not going to be super heavy usage.. My question was directed towards DeltaX, regardless, not anyone else. He owns the product, i want to hear from him not you guys. Thanks for the input though
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Posted 30 November 2009 - 02:56 PM

View PostThalion, on Nov 30 2009, 01:41 PM, said:

Assuming you're referring to a live one, honestly find it pretty hard to believe.

It'd fall under the category of "destructive devices" IIRC. And it'd be illegal for private ownership without considerable paperwork and taxes (and most likely, not legal period)



EDIT: If it's a used/spent LAW (a true LAW is a single shot disposable device), I could see you owning one of those without any problems at all. It'd be perfectly legal because it's useless, like those dummy mortar shells or dummy grenades you can find at surplus stores.



Ah... yes it is spent... I didnt know that LAWs were single use :)

But it is fun to use with those huge rpg-looking bottle rockets. lol and a nice prop

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Posted 30 November 2009 - 03:10 PM

Now that makes more sense.

Yep, the actual "LAW" was a single shot disposable unit. The "to prevent use of enemy" bit in the article refers to the ability to make it an improvised mortar (though it requires modification and new ammunition) - they are no longer required to destroy them (hence the expended ones for sale)

The term LAW has been generalized to a wide range of rpgs/rockets, but it was a specific design in the past.
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