Re: Update on Kahr crap customer service
I understand the costs and profits the gun makers face
when resolving problems with their goods......
A 'new' kind of quality control seems to be the norm,
and from my chair, it looks lacking in more ways than one.
No doubt, they all hire lesser-qualified smith's due to the
cost of any good gunsmith........
But what gets me the most......it's a gun !!! If not assembled
correctly, checked and approved before leaving the plant,
by someone qualified to know/see it's proper and safe condition,
it could be deadly to the new owner.
I guess the percentages are simply in their favor.
Welcome to the 21st century.........