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Old September 18, 2012, 08:48 AM   #16
Stressfire
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Does that include them stripping it for you to show you the guts?

I can understand not wanting to let customers do it themselves as some may have absolutely no idea how, but if stripping is just not allowed at all, I would likely shy away.

I've gotten a "Like New" gun before. Dealer was upfront that it had been sold, then returned and exchanged, with about 100 rounds down it.

Never shot it, but the wear seemed like a lot more than 100 rounds worth (that or packing grease was never cleaned off)

Regardless, brought back and paid $10 more for the New-New one
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