Thread: Bersa Opinions
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Old February 1, 2013, 12:20 PM   #46
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IronRuger wrote:
I see some people here saying a gunsmith was going to drop bersa because of warranty issues but that is funny because he would be losing business
Except that he would not have lost any business. He had more than enough business without the Bersa work. In fact, the bersa work was causing him to spend time on warranty repairs when he could have been doing custom work for much more money. So there goes that argument...
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