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Old January 31, 2013, 11:39 AM   #15
Skans
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No. It was to have it refinished and to have the timing adjusted. It was a '57 Python - I'm not the original owner!

Most decent guns only have a 1 year warranty. I know Hi-Point and Taurus have lifetime warranties, but I don't think much of their guns either. And, with Taurus, they were going to charge me shipping both ways when my locking block shattered (1989 for point of reference). I just had my gunsmith install it, although he had to send 2 of them back to Taurus because they were so far out of spec and he didn't want to do that much grinding on that particular part (sorry, got off on a tangent there).

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