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Posted: 5/12/2002 10:34:54 AM EST
i sent my gun in after 2 years. i cleaned it myself after every shoot and it was a good job not crappy. anyway last time i went the shells wouldnt get pushed forward. the bolt would stick and i would have to use the assist allot. so after that i said, "well i am going out of town and i will see if the people at carters country will clean it and see if they can fix it." the guy said the average cleaning was about $50.00 2 weeks later i get back from hawaii, and its $129.90 according to the invoice it says, "gun repair $58.50,
Test fire $7.50, then parts: Gas tube and scals $54.00 plus a tax of $9.90. so my question is should it have cost this much just for a gas tube?
While I don't know the exact amount for the tube, I would say, as long as your weapon is
working fine, I think 129.90 is acceptable.
Now go and have some fun.
PS if you can afford Hawaii, I don't think 129.90 will change your quality of life.
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