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Old 08-29-2013, 12:54 AM   #1
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I just saw this article on another forum and thought I would pass this along to the xds owners here.

http://www.springfieldrecall.com

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Old 08-29-2013, 01:54 AM   #2
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thanks im making this sticky
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I'm sure Springfield will take care of the hiccup..Springfield's a great company with an outstanding line of firearms.
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Xds?! And there's a shield recall as well.

Well...so my Nano is lookin pretty good about now!!!
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Well crap, looks like mine is pretty much smack in the middle of the recall group.
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http://gunssavelives.net/gun-industry/breaking-springfield-issues-safety-recall-for-xds-9-and-xds-45-pistols/
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almost all new designs have at least one recall at some point. doesnt make it bad. the uber popular ruger lcp had a massive recall when they came out. its a great handgun.

its also why im seldom an early adoptor of new firearms.
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Might want to wait a while before trying to contact them.
Mine is on the list and can't get through by e mail or phone for a shipping label number..
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Otisthecat at least they're both reputable companies and will stand behind their products!
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Otisthecat at least they're both reputable companies and will stand behind their products!
Yeah, I just hate having to mess with sending things back.

Mine just got on a truck a few hours ago, so hopefully it doesn't take to long.
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