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Old March 6, 2018, 07:52 PM   #6
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When I was growing up my father took our little electric chainsaw to the local dealer to be serviced. Later that week a tornado hit, leveled the building and took the chainsaw who knows where. The owner was retirement age, the business wasn't very profitable at that point, so he declared bankruptcy and closed the doors. I was 18 before I had regular access to a chainsaw again. So I can sympathize with your concerns.
Not the same as Remington's bankruptcy though. They are restructuring. Screwing their old debtees and looking for a new sucker. Bad things, like voiding old warranties, can happen in this process, but it usually takes some time. Remington just filed so it will be months before much of anything really changes. Should have your gun back before that.
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