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1. General

All services and deliveries provided by the online shop https://www.schroeder-ohg.de and Schröder OHG for the customer are carried out exclusively on the basis of the following general terms and conditions. Deviating regulations only apply if they have been agreed in writing between the online shop https://www.schroeder-ohg.de or Schröder OHG and the customer. Deliveries of weapons and ammunition that require a license are only made if an officially certified copy of the more recent weapons trading license is available and active registration in the National Weapons Register NWR.

2. Offers, conclusion of contract, prices

Offers are subject to change and non-binding, even if this is not specifically mentioned.
Deviations from this for technical reasons are expressly reserved. Unless for the
delivery official or other approvals or approvals are required,
the order confirmation is subject to this reservation.

3. Delivery times

The delivery time is specified in the respective order confirmation. This is non-binding. In the event of delays in delivery caused by force majeure, natural hazards, strikes, etc., as well as other events for which the online shop https://www.schroeder-ohg.de or Schröder OHG is not responsible, the delivery will be delayed accordingly. No claim for damages can be derived from this. Partial deliveries are permitted.

4. Shipping and Passing of Risk

Shipping is usually with DHL from the Heusenstamm warehouse, including packaging
Buyer’s risk and expense.
We charge for packaging, postage and transport insurance
cost price. The basis for this are the respective prices of the carrier.
Any transport damage should be reported to the carrier within 24 hours at the latest
be reported. In this case, please keep the packaging as proof and a copy
send the damage report to us immediately.

5. Payment

Conditions according to order confirmation
In the event of a delay in payment, interest on arrears will be charged at a rate of 2% above the
usual bank current account interest is calculated. In addition, the seller reserves the right
Customers who are in default of payment only against future orders
to deliver in advance.

6. Retention of Title

We retain title to the goods until full payment has been made
purchase price.

7. Warranty

The customer’s claims based on a defect in the goods against the
Online shop https://www.schroeder-ohg.de or against Schröder OHG
the HGB.
The delivered goods must be checked immediately upon receipt.
Complaints must be made within 8 days of receipt of the goods at the latest
the invoice number and the date to be submitted to us. In the event of a defect
within the warranty period according to the HGB, the seller has the right to
Improvement, replacement delivery or withdrawal from the purchase contract. The guarantee applies
not for wearing parts.
A defect due to subsequent alteration, processing, tuning or improper
handling or the use of unsuitable ammunition does not fall
under the warranty.

8. Liability under the Product Liability Act

If the pistols are modified, processed or tuned by the buyer, the seller of
released from all claims insofar as these are based on the modification, processing or
based on weapon tuning. In these cases, the risk of liability passes to the buyer

9. Permissions

Deliveries of weapons and ammunition that require a license are only made
if an officially certified copy of the weapons trade license is available, more recent
date as well as with active registration in the National Weapons Register NWR.

10. Insurance

The buyer is obliged to take out adequate insurance cover for the
seller to ensure goods delivered under retention of title. In particular are here
to mention: burglary and theft as well as fire insurance and an adequate
Business liability insurance including product liability for the products he sells

11. Place of Performance – Place of Jurisdiction

Place of performance and place of jurisdiction is Offenbach. Schröder OHG, Rudolf-Braas-Str. 20,
63150 Heusenstamm, register court Offenbach, HRA40143.
Represented by: Thomas Schilling and Wolfgang Schröder