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Old October 1, 2013, 07:23 PM   #10
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Hell, Ruger doesn't even offer a warranty on their guns and still stands behind them.
That's not so much because of their faith in their guns. The Magnussen-Moss Act spells out specific responsibilities and duties a company must act on if they offer a written warranty. Many companies don't offer a written warranty, choosing instead to "self insure" that's it's cheaper to take care if a customers problem than to ruin their reputation. Especially in this Internet, social media world.
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