Looks like 45er's new pocket gun is going back to the Mothership in Florida.
He mentioned that this is his first gun to go in for repairs.
Wow.... really? That kind of surprised me that someone with that large of a collection has only had one issue. Because I have had- um... let me count
Taurus PT-22: Broken Hinge pin
Taurus 617: Frozen Cyl
Taurus PT-92: Sent in twice for jamming
Taurus 445: Sent in twice for Frozen Cyl
Kimber Pro Carry II: Schwartz safety not disengaging
CZ-2075 RAMI: Sent in 4 times for jamming and eventually replaced
CZ P-07 DUTY: Sent in for sticking Mags, and is now at the factory for the hammer stopping at half cock
Charter Bulldog: Cyl star installed incorrectly
S&W 325PD: Cyl latch just fell off (that one did not have to be sent in, so we will count as a half)
Kahr MK9: Captive recoil spring assembly un-captivated itself (Did not need a return, Kahr sent me a new assembly next day air. Count this as a half)
Survival Arms AR-7: needed new barrel for out of spec chamber. Not returned but done by gunsmith since Survival Arms was out of business.
Plainfeild Machine .30 Carbine: Broken extractor. Sold for parts.
Marlin Papoose: Constant jamming. Burred chamber and weak extractor. Traded for a Spyderco knife
Marlin 1895C: the Dreaded Marlin Jam. It was 6 months out of warranty. Got the part from Midway and fixed it my own damn self.
I have had NINETEEN breaks/ returns/ repairs. Man, when I sit down and count them, that makes me depressed.
So, what about you? Have you had to send anything back, get a manufacturing defect taken care of? Post a comment. Let me know if I'm above or below average.