Terms and Conditions
The content of this Site is the intellectual property of the company «Shooting Gear», subject to any rights not expressly granted here. All copyright privileges of this website belong to «Shooting Gear» or any third party rightfully concerned. By accessing this Website you agree that you accept the above copyright laws.
The company «Shooting Gear» applies precisely the principles of data protection provided by the International and European law that regulates issues relating to electronic commerce (Directive 2000/31/EC, PD 131/2003) and by the consumer protection Law (Law 2251/1994) which regulates issues relating to distance selling and the relevant provisions of Greek law (Law 2472/1997) to protect the individual and the protection of personal data as supplemented by the decisions of the President of Personal Data, PD 207/1998, 79/2000, Article 8 of Law 2819/2000 and European law with the directives 95/46/EC and 97/66/EC, stating explicitly that it will not make any unauthorized use of your personal data and in no way discloses, publishes, sells, leases or exchanges your personal information and information you submit to any third party. By submitting material to the server, you agree that the material does not contain any untrue, illegal or in any way unfit for use and publication.
3. Third Party Sites
To facilitate your access to its website, the company «Shooting Gear» may include links to sites on the Internet, which are owned or managed by third parties and they themselves are responsible for their content.
The company «Shooting Gear» has made every effort to display the highest possible accuracy for available products to view photos, descriptions and specific comments. However, this site may contain errors (typographical, numerical and visual). The company «ShootingGear» does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the depictions and descriptions or reliability of any advice, opinion, statement or other information displayed or distributed through this Site.
5. Modification of terms and conditions
The company «Shooting Gear» reserves the right to amend or renew the terms and conditions of transactions and assumes the obligation to update this document for any changes or additions to the conditions.
6. Property - Trademarks
The information on this site is the property of the company «Shooting Gear». The product names and company names mentioned herein may be trademarks or trade names of their respective owners. Your access to this website should not be construed as granting, by implication, estoppel or otherwise any license or right to use any marks appearing on this site without the prior written consent of us or any third party owner.
7. Shipment of products
The company «Shooting Gear» can serve customers Worldwide. We give you the opportunity to choose your shipping method. Products that fall under the Greek law restrictions are only available of been delivered through the store of Naxou 5, Ammoudara Gazi, Heraklion Crete, 714 14 Greece.
8. Withdrawal and Return
You have the right to return products purchased, without penalty and without being obliged to let us know why you wish to return the goods within 30 days from the date of purchase. In this case you are only charged the direct cost of returning the goods. Returns are accepted only if the products you wish to return are still in the same condition in which you received them, which means they remain unsealed or packaging has not been violated, including the documents, evidence and retail packaging that came with the product. If returning goods, the refund will be completed within thirty days from the date of receipt of your products.
9. Certificates and Guarantee
All goods imported and representing the company «Shooting Gear» are guaranteed for 24 Months. All our items are sent to you as we received them.
10. Product Prices
All prices shown in our listings include 24% VAT, and the company «Shooting Gear» reserves the right to adjust prices.
11. Governing Law
All transactions made through www.shootinggear.gr are governed by the International and European law that regulates issues relating to electronic commerce (Directive 2000/31/EC, PD 131/2003) and by the Law on consumer protection (Law 2251/1994) which regulates matters relating to remote sales.