Originally Posted by Balderthebrave
I would wirte a letter send it back to R.I & they'll fix as a factory defect.
I considered that, but I wanted to avoid it unless it was absolutely necessary. For starters, I don't like sending off my firearms to strangers. I'm paranoid that way, I guess. But I had called the Armscor phone number and got a BAD feeling about sending it in because their secretary was very difficult. She barely spoke English (she sounded Pakistani?) and didn't seem too cooperative. She just said to box it up and send it to the repair department with a note about what was wrong with it. I dunno, I just don't like doing it that way, without being able to talk to the actual person who would be doing the repairs and having him take my name and address. I'd just feel better knowing that I was getting some personal attention, but the secretary didn't want to let me play that game. So I'll just fix it myself if that's how they want to be, even if it costs me a few bucks more.