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Old 06-05-2018, 08:30 PM
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Believe it or not, my luck with Ruger CS was also bad. About 25 years ago I ordered a Ruger 10/22 Deluxe sight unseen from the company warehouse supplying the hardware store where I worked. It arrived with nasty dents and dings on both the stock and receiver, and with fine sawdust stuck to the front sight which told me it got dropped or fell over while still at the factory. I could not return it as it was against warehouse policy to take firearms back, so I had to call Ruger to see if they would refinish the rifle under warranty. They refused, and I was stuck selling it to a local gunshop for around $50 just to get rid of it.

My luck with guns needing repair or warranty service ain't too good.
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