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Old February 21, 2013, 02:13 PM   #80
dms137
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Join Date: February 15, 2013
Location: Salem, Oregon
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I think these become case by case and who reviews them or not may mean no versus yes. I have blown both guns and casings up in all my years of shooting. I have never blamed anyone but myself. They were not over loaded casings or poorly made guns. Sometimes it will just happen since humans still build the guns and ammo. I have reloaded but never with the idea to damage the gun. Companies have repaired or replaced guns or parts (Accessories-like scopes)based on their choice to, not on my insistance that they do it. We all have the option to not buy a gun or product from a specific manufacturer if we feel they do not stand behind it.

I have to admit I was very suprised to see jerryv's image. I would not expect that from a .380 no matter what. I would have given you a new gun just for the picture.

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