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Old 04-07-2009, 08:58 PM
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Re: what would you do if you brake was installed uneven??

Take it back to the smith and RESPECTFULLY request him to make it right.
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Old 04-07-2009, 09:39 PM
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Re: what would you do if you brake was installed uneven??

Take it back and explain the problem. I'm sure the smith doesn't want any bad publicity and will fix the problem quickly.

I'm sure the smith had your friend's friend who picked up the rifle fill out a 4473 form since pick up was made by someoone other than the person who dropped it off. Right ;)
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Re: what would you do if you brake was installed uneven??

I know that guy at Defensive Edge and I am sure he will take care of any problems that there might be if you just contact him and get it back to him. I am kind of disappointed that didn't happen right away.
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Old 04-07-2009, 11:21 PM
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Re: what would you do if you brake was installed uneven??

I'm always suspect when someone airs dirty laundry on the internet before talking to the company about resolution
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Re: what would you do if you brake was installed uneven??

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I know that guy at Defensive Edge and I am sure he will take care of any problems that there might be if you just contact him and get it back to him. I am kind of disappointed that didn't happen right away.

I may have misread but I don't think it is you he is talking about. It was a brake that looks similar to yours installed by a smith, he recommended to his friend, who is currently nameless.
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Old 04-08-2009, 09:49 AM
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Re: what would you do if you brake was installed uneven??

I may have misread also. Hopefully YZM will clear this up. If it was one of mine installed by me, it is a simple issue that would be fixed ASAP. If it is someone else I would recommend that they contact the smith to at least give him the opportunity to fix it. I would have done that long before airing it out on the internet. If you don't get any satisfaction after contacting them then air it how you see fit.
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