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Old 06-02-2018, 12:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Martensite View Post
Wasn't the trigger fixed for the G2? Isn't that why it was given the "G2" moniker?

Also...did they give you two of the new G2C models or just refurbed G2's?

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Well, there wasn't anything wrong with the triggers on mine, so they used that as an excuse so they could write the two "new" guns off as recall replacements. And they were older G2s, not the new G2Cs, which is another reason why I suspect they're refurbished guns.
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