ABC's story on the 'secret Bible codes stamped on some US weapons' which may have been old news, has led to the manufacturer voluntarily agreeing to stop adding the code. They are also offering kits to remove the code on weapons already in circulation.
"A defence contractor will voluntarily stop stamping references to Bible verses on combat rifle sights made for the US military.
In a statement released yesterday, Trijicon said that it is also providing free modification kits to remove the references from the telescopic sights already in use. The Marine Corps has purchased more than 200,000 Trijicon sights and the Army has bought about 100,000. The British Army is also using them in Afghanistan."