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Old 04-04-2012, 10:32 PM   #11
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Old 04-04-2012, 11:13 PM   #12
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I had to send mine back to ATI, the slide cracked. I'll keep everyone posted on the findings. I had to work on the lips of my magazines and now it eats anything.
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I had to send mine back to ATI, the slide cracked. I'll keep everyone posted on the findings. I had to work on the lips of my magazines and now it eats anything.
Yeah, I was told at mt LGS that they offer a warranty, as well as the distributor warranty (ATI) and the manufacturer warranty (GSG). SOMEONE should be able to take care of it. Keep us updated on it, please!

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Old 04-05-2012, 12:43 AM   #14
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The GSG is a hoot to modify and shoot. Mine eats anything I put in it as long as the MV is 1150 or greater.
That's lookin pretty nice! I can't wait to get mine to the range (probably not til next weekend, wanna wait until I replace the guiderod and such). Any suggestions on what ur shootin best with?

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Yeah, I was told at mt LGS that they offer a warranty, as well as the distributor warranty (ATI) and the manufacturer warranty (GSG). SOMEONE should be able to take care of it. Keep us updated on it, please!

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I shot ATI an email on Sat. They sent my a shipping label on Mon. I hope I get it back just as fast.
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everything I saw said about 1000 rounds before the rod breaks so I say shoot away. I live in the communist state of Kalifornia so I had 10 days to plot and scheme
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Old 04-05-2012, 02:03 AM   #17
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I shot ATI an email on Sat. They sent my a shipping label on Mon. I hope I get it back just as fast.
that would be awesome to know that they have exceptional customer service.
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CCI mini-mags are great as is Blazer. Federal from Wally World also works good.
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should've known the cci mini mags would be at the top of the list lol
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Hmmmmm, but why would someone buy a firearm that is known to have parts failures after 1000 rounds? I know the GSG/SIG .22 "1911" guns are not that expensive, but $400.00 is still a bit of cash. I had been contemplating gettting one of these but posts like these really turn me off. Cracked slides, failing guide rods, all zinc alloy construction..............................there are better guns out there. I think I'll pass.
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