Terms of Delivery
Lothar Walther Precision Tool Terms of Purchase
The following Terms of Purchase (“Terms”) apply to all sales transactions between you, a customer, and Lothar Walther Precision Tool, Inc. We reserve the right to revise these Terms at any time and it is your (the customer) responsibility to be aware of any changes. Accordingly, you should review these Terms each time you purchase from Lothar Walther Precision Tool, Inc.
I understand it is my full responsibility to make sure the barrel or accessories I am purchasing are legal for me to own under all laws that are applicable to me. By accepting the Terms, I agree that I am legally allowed to own the items I am purchasing, and I represent to Lothar Walther Precision Tool that the sale and delivery to me of a barrel will not violate any State law or published ordinance.
Lothar Walther Precision Tool, Inc. (“LWPT”) hereby provides a limited lifetime warranty as described herein on barrels sold by LWPT such that those barrels will be free from defects in materials and craftsmanship, but this warranty is only valid for the initial purchaser. This warranty is also limited, at LWPT’s discretion, to either replacing the barrel or repairing it, and paying for the return of the repaired or replacement barrel. This warranty is not transferable from the initial purchaser. Modification of a barrel by any party (other than LWPT) voids this warranty. This warranty does not cover any issues with a barrel other than its material and craftsmanship defects, including, without limitation, normal wear and tear, or any damage resulting from careless handling, neglect, excessive abuse, repairs and adjustments, corrosion, or improper ammunition. Only newly manufactured ammunition may be used and no guarantee can be accepted for hand-loaded, reloaded or remanufactured ammunition. This includes surplus ammunition or any ammunition that contains defects, known or unknown. Furthermore, the barrel must be kept clean at all times. Fouling caused by firing the firearm with ammonia residue left in the barrel will void the warranty.
EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN, LWPT MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS AND EXTENDS NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
THE AGGREGATE LIABILITY OF LWPT, ITS AFFILIATES, AND THEIR RESPECTIVE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES, SHAREHOLDERS, AGENTS, SUCCESSORS, AND ASSIGNS IN CONNECTION WITH ANY CLAIM ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO LWPT’S GOODS AND SERVICES WILL NOT EXCEED REFUNDING THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE GOODS AND SERVICES.
For a customer to take advantage of the limited warranty described above, the customer must comply with the following procedures. To initiate a warranty claim, the customer must email LWPT Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org briefly describing the issue. LWPT Customer Service will review the matter, and as appropriate issue a “return authorization number.” Customer must then ship the barrel to LWPT. Customer must not ship any parts other than the barrel to LWPT. Along with the barrel, customer must include (i) the original receipt showing the date of purchase and the seller’s identity, and (ii) paperwork detailing the barrel concerned, the return authorization number (provided by LWPT upon initial contact), and a description of the difficulty experienced. Customer assumes all risk and liability associated with shipping of items to LWPT, and LWPT specifically disclaims any liability associated with such shipment (including the loss or damage to any items). Therefore, the customer should ensure that the barrel is properly packaged and shipped, and customer should obtain any appropriate insurance for such shipment. Upon completion of warranted work, LWPT will return the barrel at LWPT’s expense.
LWPT will not return items shipped to it that do not comply with these procedures, and may dispose of such items as it deems appropriate.
Remember that all repairs or modifications to any firearm, especially barrels, should only be done by a qualified gunsmith.
The following terms apply to all sales made by LWPT, Inc.
You are responsible at all times for complying with applicable federal, state, and local laws. The export of certain defense articles from the United States is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State, in accordance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (“ITAR”) (22 C.F.R. 120-130), or a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce, in accordance with the Export Administration Regulations (“EAR”) (15 C.F.R. 730-774). By purchasing products from us, you hereby accept responsibility for following all applicable laws and restrictions and represent that you will not engage in any unauthorized transaction involving the export of LWPT, Inc. products.
We reserve the right, at any time, to refuse service to anyone.
For all contracts and other legal relationships only our conditions shall apply. Special conditions of the client which contradict our Conditions of Business shall only apply if we have given our express agreement to this effect in writing. The rights of the client are not transferable without our consent. Verbal or telephone additional agreements or other deviations shall only be valid if these have been confirmed by us in writing.
War, interruption to business, shortage of raw materials, traffic delays, strike, government decrees or Acts of God which cause performance of the contract to be ceased entirely or in part shall exempt us from the obligation to supply for the period of the interruption and to the extent of the consequences thereof. Furthermore, such events shall entitle us to withdraw from the contract in whole or in part without the client being entitled to damages.
If we have not withdrawn from the contract then the client remains obligated to accept the goods despite the delay in delivery.
All payments must be made by the due date. Balances unpaid after the due date may be assessed a 2% late fee per month. There will be a $30.00 fee for all checks returned to us by the bank for any reason.
Whilst due invoice amounts remain unpaid we are exempt from effecting further deliveries or we can demand cash payment or payment of guarantees prior to delivery for all outstanding deliveries. This shall also apply if, after the contract is signed, unfavorable information leads us to doubt the client's solvency or if, in our opinion, the client's situation is to be seen as deteriorating for other reasons. In both cases the client has no entitlement to counterclaims.