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    i have a taurus 738tcp for 3weeks shot 300 rds. with only 3 jams

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    Quote Originally Posted by postrican29 View Post
    i have a taurus 738tcp for 3weeks shot 300 rds. with only 3 jams
    Only 3? Hmmm. Good thing your life wasn't on the line in any of those 3 instances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hamberger View Post
    G50AE you like Glocks, some of us don't... I owned a G-22 a few years and only after 200+ rounds through it, the forward slid track broke. Glock fixed it, but only because they were getting a rash of Police Dept. Armourers sending theirs back for the exact same problem.
    Um, probably fixed it because of their warranty and repair policy. While new guns have a 1-year written warranty, refurbished guns have a lifetime warranty. Beyond that, I have not heard of a single case...ever...where Glock would not fix a gun with a manufacturer's defect free of charge no matter how old or whether or not you were the original owner.
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  5. #24
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    I had the TCP, but did not like it as much as the LCP. I carry either my LCP with two spare mags or my older Bersa Thunder .380 with two spare mags. I just liked how the Ruger shot over the Taurus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Islander View Post
    Um, probably fixed it because of their warranty and repair policy. While new guns have a 1-year written warranty, refurbished guns have a lifetime warranty. Beyond that, I have not heard of a single case...ever...where Glock would not fix a gun with a manufacturer's defect free of charge no matter how old or whether or not you were the original owner.
    Glock does make a .380, but do not sell it in the US. I don't know why for sure, but has probably something to do with importation laws and how the gun functions or is manufactured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Islander View Post
    Beyond that, I have not heard of a single case...ever...where Glock would not fix a gun with a manufacturer's defect free of charge no matter how old or whether or not you were the original owner.
    I have heard of one case where Glock even went beyond that. A fellow in GA had a G21 that he had converted to .400 Corbon (Aftermarket barrel) and installed some aftermarkets parts including a Scherer 3.5 connector. Due to a reloading screw up his pistol blew up.

    Glock REPLACED his pistol with a new G21 for $250 and even returned the aftermarket trigger connector. Glock did pump the guy for a lot of information on the why's and how's of this "experiment". I think Glock was basically thanking him for researching the feasability of a Glock in .400 Corbon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Islander View Post
    Um, probably fixed it because of their warranty and repair policy. While new guns have a 1-year written warranty, refurbished guns have a lifetime warranty. Beyond that, I have not heard of a single case...ever...where Glock would not fix a gun with a manufacturer's defect free of charge no matter how old or whether or not you were the original owner.
    So the refurbished guns have a better warranty than the new ones?

    Wierd.

  9. Talking Final followup!

    Taurus sent me a third new gun. This one does not jam!

    I guess the third gun is the charm!

  10. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by robertisright View Post
    Taurus sent me a third new gun. This one does not jam!

    I guess the third gun is the charm!
    Or you could have saved the trouble and gotten a Glock from the get go.

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    I guess some people like Glocks, to the point that they want every one of us to have one. They do not impress me, and I do not think I will ever buy one!

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