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Old 03-29-2013, 05:42 AM   #21
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Richard at STI thinks it's an extractor issue, so it will be going on a trip to Texas. I didn't know that you could send/receive a handgun from your home, ever. Is it allowed for warranty work since ownership is not changing hands?
I had to send my Sig back to get the front sight replaced.They sent me a UPS label via email and paid for shipping there and back.All I had to do was box it up and adhere the label and find a drop box.Got it back within a week all free of charge.They had put the wrong size front sight for the rears and it was shooting so low it wasn't hitting paper at 15yards .


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I had to send my Sig back to get the front sight replaced.They sent me a UPS label via email and paid for shipping there and back.All I had to do was box it up and adhere the label and find a drop box.
Yup, that's exactly what they did, should be arriving in Texas Monday. Hope it doesn't take long...
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