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  1. #14551
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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today (Photo thread)...

    Quote Originally Posted by cruzans View Post
    That will be one sexy 82 once the grips are on. Nice Cerakote work!
    I debated having the controls and hammer done in Burnt Bronze instead of Graphite Black because I thought it might look too busy, but I am happy with the decision to make the controls black. Yes, Brian Ahearn does really nice work.
    Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them? - J.R.R. Tolkien

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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today (Photo thread)...

    Quote Originally Posted by Zet70 View Post
    Some magpul Cz mags!

    bareera meaning in urdu

    Let me know how those mags work.
    Aggies Coach Really ??? Take off the tin foil bro.

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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today (Photo thread)...

    Early this year I bought a 1999 Gen 1 P-32 at a Cordier auction. It was dirty, and looked like it had not been used much. The auctioneer displays guns without magazines, so the first opportunity I had to put the magazine in it was after I took possession of it. The magazine inserts fine, but it was difficult to remove. With my other, Gen 2, P-32s the magazines drop out as the release is pressed. This one required grasping it and pulling. There was nothing apparently wrong with the magazine (every mag I tried stuck), and there was no apparent problem with anything on the inside. So I called Kel-Tec and arranged to send it to them. Because Iím not the original owner, I know that the lifetime warranty does not apply to me, so I asked that they contact me with an estimate to repair the gun prior to doing any work on it. Well, they didnít. It arrived today. I guessed Iíd find a bill in the box when I opened it up. There wasnít one. They did a lot of work on it, as you can see, and they charged me nothing, not even the return shipping. Now it drops out just fine.

    Thatís customer service.




    -gonzo, SoCenPA. "Before all else, be armed." --Niccolo Machiavelli
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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today (Photo thread)...

    Now that's customer service!

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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today (Photo thread)...

    They're a great company.
    Psalms 73:26

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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today (Photo thread)...

    Great service,I would send them a "thank you" note.
    That gun reminds me of a 380 I had years ago.It was made by a company called Grendel and the model was known as P10,if I am not mistaken.
    There are no pacts between lions and men.

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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today (Photo thread)...

    Quote Originally Posted by Krichardson View Post
    Great service,I would send them a "thank you" note.
    That gun reminds me of a 380 I had years ago.It was made by a company called Grendel and the model was known as P10,if I am not mistaken.
    That was the first gun sold by the guy who started Kel-tec.

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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today (Photo thread)...

    Quote Originally Posted by Krichardson View Post
    Great service,I would send them a "thank you" note.
    That gun reminds me of a 380 I had years ago.It was made by a company called Grendel and the model was known as P10,if I am not mistaken.
    Designed by George Kelgren, founder and chief designer at Kel-Tec. The Grendel was not a commercial success but is not collectible. And I think Kelgren learned a lot from the experience.
    -gonzo, SoCenPA. "Before all else, be armed." --Niccolo Machiavelli
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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today (Photo thread)...

    Quote Originally Posted by GonzoGeezer View Post
    Early this year I bought a 1999 Gen 1 P-32 at a Cordier auction. It was dirty, and looked like it had not been used much. The auctioneer displays guns without magazines, so the first opportunity I had to put the magazine in it was after I took possession of it. The magazine inserts fine, but it was difficult to remove. With my other, Gen 2, P-32s the magazines drop out as the release is pressed. This one required grasping it and pulling. There was nothing apparently wrong with the magazine (every mag I tried stuck), and there was no apparent problem with anything on the inside. So I called Kel-Tec and arranged to send it to them. Because I’m not the original owner, I know that the lifetime warranty does not apply to me, so I asked that they contact me with an estimate to repair the gun prior to doing any work on it. Well, they didn’t. It arrived today. I guessed I’d find a bill in the box when I opened it up. There wasn’t one. They did a lot of work on it, as you can see, and they charged me nothing, not even the return shipping. Now it drops out just fine.

    That’s customer service.




    I kaboomed a keltec p11 years ago. My own dumb fault.
    I asked them for an estimate to repair

    They fixed it free

    Excellent cust service

    Hi point also has great cust service.
    American by BIRTH, Infidel by CHOICE

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    Default Re: What did you buy yourself today (Photo thread)...

    Quote Originally Posted by GonzoGeezer View Post
    Designed by George Kelgren, founder and chief designer at Kel-Tec. The Grendel was not a commercial success but is not collectible. And I think Kelgren learned a lot from the experience.
    Mine is collecting dust right now. I cut out a piece of the follower and replaced it with metal to fix the last round hold open.
    The Gun is the Badge of a Free Man

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