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Old 10-20-2011, 04:37 PM   #11
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For the most part, they are reported to be reliable & if not, the factory will pay freight both ways to fix or replace it. Seems it'd be one a guy could throw in the boat or truck glove compartment, not worrying about scratching it up & all, but knowing it'd do the job if needed.

It's a lifetime warranty & goes with the pistol, so second owners get the same protection. For that reason, I doubt I'll buy a new one unless at a really good price, but if I ever come across a used one for $50 or so I'll grab it, regardless of condition.
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