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Thread: Anyone Use Kahr Service Recently?

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    Default Anyone Use Kahr Service Recently?

    I'm curious if anyone has had to send their firearm back for warranty work recently.

    Kahr received my firearm on 9/28. Last week they said they would look at it this week. Obviously that didn't happen.

    I didn't realize I should have prepped it for long term storage before sending it off. I'd have cosmolined it if I knew it would take this long.

    Anyone else have a firearm sitting at Kahr?

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    I think davec is over a month on his pistol too.
    http://www.kahrtalk.com/showthread.p...g-back-to-Kahr
    My CW45 went back a couple times. It was always back within a month or so iirc. That was a few years ago though.

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    Sent one of mine in this summer, got it back pretty promptly. Send them an email.
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    Yes, my CT-380 packed was given to a Fed Ex driver September 9th....using the label Kahr sent me....and it has not arrived as of yet. I queried them and they said they would have the gunsmith look at it.

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    Today mine will be with me.

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    Sent my CW380 in on 9/25....Crickets

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    I sent my P45 in on 09-18 and Kahr got it the next day, but haven't heard anything since. The slide lock pin was working its way out... may be too subtle, though. I tried tightening the spring's retention screw and tried a tiny bit of Loctite, but still would start coming out and causing malfunctions after 3-4 trips to the range.
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    Mine was received by Kahr on Sept. 18th. Sent a follow up email, nothing back so it's phone time tomorrow.

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    They got mine on the 22nd of Sept also. Called them last week they said 4 to 5 weeks from time of arrival.

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    Dang. I considered contacting them again this week, but what is the point? You have all had your firearms with them for longer.

    Did they give you a heads up of some kind when it was shipped back?

    Are your firearms brand new? Mine only had 200-300 rounds through it.

    I don't understand why they wouldn't just be up front and tell us that it was going to be 5+ weeks. It isn't like we have any other option. Just be be honest with us. I also don't believe for a second the rep really thought it would be two weeks, he wasn't wrong, or a bad estimator, he was simply dishonest. My parents raised me to believe that such a statement would be a lie. If they lie about that, what makes us believe they aren't lying about other matters?

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