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Old 04-12-2010, 10:07   #13
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Bear in mind that sometimes a firearm may be pushed to the front for what S&W considers an emergency when it comes to service/repair. This sort of thing is described in the back of the safety & instruction manual ...

"In the event of an emergency (repairs needed by law enforcement, an upcoming match or hunting trip), call 1-800-331-0852, ext. 2905 and ask for 911 Priority Repair Service. This allows you to speak with a Smith & Wesson representative. Immediately upon receipt, your firearm will be assigned to a gunsmith."
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