- Mar 7, 2016
You might void your warranty if you have a local smith do work on it.
That’s a good way to look at. Looks like I’ll be getting it done. Thanks, again!Then do it. Laying awake at night staring at the ceiling wondering is not worth it. Every errant shot will mess with your psyche.
In the long run you won't be saving $250.00 by not Blueprinting, you will be wasting $2500.00 on a rifle you have doubts about.
The factory warranty is worth about as much as a bucket of spit, warm or otherwise.You might void your warranty if you have a local smith do work on it.
I could run into the guy that blueprinted the Weatherby action at the local Walmart. Of course the OP is from Minnesota, so it's not he would.The factory warranty is worth about as much as a bucket of spit, warm or otherwise.
Want to talk about second guessing, live through the 15 seconds of life it takes to run a borescope up a barrel when you get it back in the mail and ask if those seconds are worth the exact cost of a barrel that doesn't come from a random guy in Oklahoma through the mail who may or may not have done anything other than run a throating reamer up the action until it chambered.
For Bergara the warranty is an opportunity to up-sell, from Remington its a bankruptcy claim. I'd rather a local guy I can run into at Wal Mart and ask him to stand by what he did.
FWIW the local guy will fight it out over what he did, and still pop a yellow belly with you after. Can't buy that over the internet. Then he shoots top 30 at Kof2Mile and I'm in the "shut up" phase for approximately forever.