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Posted: 3/27/2009 9:20:22 AM EDT
I managed to finally shoot the hammer nose off of my Rossi 462 and I'm getting ready to send it out for repairs. I've read that Rossi, like Taurus, aren't the quickest at turning around repairs on their firearms and that I should expect 6 or more weeks before I'll see my pistol again. Does anyone here have any direct experience with a situation like this? Also, from what I understand of the lifetime repair policy all I need to do is send my revolver down to Miami to have it serviced, do I just send it UPS in the original box or do I need to have an FFL send it for me? Will they be able to ship it back to my house directly? I'm not too concerned with this pistol as I bought it for what it is, a cheap pistol that I can beat up and not lose any sleep over, but I don't want to end up with the BATFE knocking at my door because of my misguided attempts to get it fixed.
Link Posted: 3/27/2009 5:22:16 PM EDT
You can send it directly to Rossi via UPS and Rossi can send it directly back to you. Since they're a manufacturer, the rules are a little different.

Don't try to get round the rules by marking it "Machine parts" or anything like that. Label it what it is and insure it for the full replacement value.

Can't help you with info on Rossi customer service, I've never owned one of their products.
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