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Warning and Disclaimer: Make sure that the firearm is unloaded before going further. Also, be aware that if you modify firearms from factory stock, you may void any warranty (although Kel-Tec still honors it in most cases).
Important: NEVER, EVER HAVE LIVE AMMO of the caliber of the firearm you are working on IN THE SAME ROOM. Only inert "Dummy" rounds, or "Snap-Caps" should be allowed in your work area. Be SAFE.
Make sure that the firearm is unloaded before doing any work.
By modifing firearms, you are accepting personal responsiblity for any damage to the firearms and/or property. In addition, you agree to be responsible for making sure that the firearm passes all safety checks after modification. If you do not feel competent to make such checks, do not attempt modifications.
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