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01-24-2010, 13:31
Got a question for all you EXPERTS.

Looking at picking up a used Ed Brown. It does not apprear to have been
messed with, it's a BROWN stammped barrel. Anyway, here's the deal.
The barrel is "riding the link". The barrels lower legs do not contact the
slide stop pin.

Will Brown warrany repair this since I'm not the origional
Would it be better to have the legs built up, or have a new barrel

01-24-2010, 15:21
Will Brown warrany repair this since I'm not the origional

There's only one person I would trust to answer that.

01-24-2010, 15:31
i'm not an EXPERT, but i'm staying at a Holiday Inn...

from Ed Brown's website:

If you ever need service on your Ed Brown firearm, we are here for you. It doesn't matter what the reason is, how old it is, or whether you are the original owner. We never look for reasons to turn away service calls...if you've got an Ed Brown firearm and you have a problem, we are here to help you.

In addition to the excellent service we offer, effective April 10, 2007, all Ed Brown firearms (1911's and rifles) include a legal written warranty as well. We are the only high end 1911 manufacturer to our knowledge who offers a legal written warranty on firearms, which demonstrates the confidence we have in our product. Anyone can claim their service is the best (and most do), but to go a step further and put it in writing in a legal warranty is something that Ed Brown Products, Inc. does, and the others avoid.

All Ed Brown parts continue to be sold as is and without any legal written warranty. No liability is expressed or implied for incidental or consequential damage or injury which may result from the improper use or installation of any parts sold or produced by Ed Brown Products, Inc. or Ed Brown Custom, Inc.. Our parts are intended to be installed by a qualified gunsmith, and parts and firearms sold by us are only intended for factory specification standard velocity ammunition. Any verbal representations made by us related to installation, should be confirmed with your gunsmith to assure safe operation in your particular firearm.

01-24-2010, 16:11
Call Ed Brown.

If they can see it wasn't messed around with, I don't see why they wouldn't fix it.

I have heard some negativity about Brown's service though. :dunno:

01-24-2010, 17:29
Thanks Quack,........ never thought about checking there! :faint:

Thanks Guys,.....guess I'll be on the phone in the morning.

01-24-2010, 17:32
no problem.

01-24-2010, 18:01
Guess I need to stay at Holiday Inn more often! :rofl:

Look at it this way,......

A pissed off individual with a 95% Brown SF. He also needs some money,
has all paperwork, and I've seen the recipt. $1100,....ftf local deal.

Can't pass this up,.......:supergrin:

01-24-2010, 18:03
oh you bastard!!! i'll give you $1200 for it :rofl:

01-24-2010, 18:21
Keep us posted. I'm curious to know that they do/say.