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Thread: how long does springfield warranty work take?

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    how long does springfield warranty work take?

    Anyone sent their 1911 in for warranty work lately? And if so, how long does it take to get your gun back? I may be sending mine back if the gunsmith doesn't correct the creeping trigger issue in my new GI.

    -Joe

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    My fullsize loaded has been there almost 2 weeks now, but they said if I don't receive it by this Friday to call and see what the hold up is... so they apparently don't keep them long... I had the same issue with my trigger. Heck, the 2-stage triggers on my Enfield and Garand seemed smoother by comparison. Overall I love the pistol, and so far, I love their customer service...


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    I've heard 2-3 weeks is average for warranty work. Custom work might take longer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hirdlej
    Anyone sent their 1911 in for warranty work lately? And if so, how long does it take to get your gun back? I may be sending mine back if the gunsmith doesn't correct the creeping trigger issue in my new GI.

    -Joe
    it took them a month to bungle the first repair attempt, 6 weeks on the 2nd. We are talking a Custom Shop Gun. Biggest piece of **** I have ever owned. Fit & finish was Llama quality. Not to insult Llama, because they do work. Good luck on your gun. I'll never own another.
    'you know Rico, the only difference between the good guys and the bad guys is we are better shots"

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