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Posted: 7/1/2001 5:43:44 PM EST
I read a letter in my recent issue of GUN TEST that makes alot of sense. Here is a section of that letter to the editor. I cannot understand why we accept a level of service from the gun industry that we would not accept from any other manufacturer. It is routine to buy a Colt government model and then spend another $200 to make it function reliably. Would we accept that from a Sony tv? What does everyone else think? I can give a perfect example 7.62x39 AR [:\]
Link Posted: 7/1/2001 5:48:37 PM EST
I don't believe the gun industry is any worse than any other industry. There are good and bad companies. Why people continue to buy Colt at a premium and spend more money to make it work is beyond me. Buy a Kimber, or more fun, buy a Norinco frame and build it up.
Link Posted: 7/1/2001 8:11:40 PM EST
Well how about Software, they sell it to us, it does not work as it should, they fix the problem, then they make us pay for them fixing the problem they should have fixed before they sold it to us in the first place. As to the firearms industry, lets wait until after we save the second amendment before we start making them produce the quality products they are capable of making. Fight one battle at a time.
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