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Discussion in 'Hi-Point Pistols' started by Frankie_s, Jan 2, 2015.
I'm going to send my cf380 back to mom how long does it usually take?
Two or three weeks usually.
I sent my CF380 and one of my C9's in on the same day. Both were delivered back to me within a week and a half from the day I shipped them out. I think I just got really lucky though. Expect 2 - 2 1/2 weeks. I have also contacted them for parts for other C9's and received them within a week.
MoM will be coming back on Monday from a 2 week holiday!
Things may be a little backed up for a few weeks.
1) BE patient!
2) Act like you have more than 1 gun!
3) Don't call every other day checking on your BABY!
4) RELAX, MoM is not going to steal your gun!
5) When your gun returns, it will work better than new!
What's wrong with it that you can't fix yourself?
Fair nuff'. That's MoM's problem. Just making sure you weren't sending it in because of a firing pin or recoil spring. Don't laugh. I've seen it done.
Were you using reloads? Just asking
No. S&b 92 grain fmj . Was having a good time at the range went threw 4 boxs of ammo . Came home started to clean it and noticed a huge crack down the slide . I should have posted a pic before I boxed up the gun . She had a good run 3 years and close to 2,500 rds threw her
Mine has been with Mom since Dec 8th.
Sounds like yours got there just before the Holiday?
Yours should be the 1st one out?
I did the same thing a few years ago on the July Holiday. Took 5 weeks to get back.
Three weeks for my 4095
It usually takes 2 to 3 weeks from my POST office to MOM and back to me
Mom said its ready for assembly and should arrive by the end of the week.
Haven't had to send mine back yet but since I live an hour from Mansfield I suppose I'd just take it there myself
NO CAN DO,
Kemosobe! MoM does not except visitors!!!
Somebody tried that last year.
So they turned you away to protect their stock.
Bummer. That would be a lot more convenient
I have asked about 7 times if a few of us could have tour of the plant. the response has always been the same, their insurance does NOT allow any visitors. A guy posted last year about stopping by to get his gun repaired. He detailed his adventure, about camera's, private security guards, being interrogated, before he was forcibly escorted into the plant. They did repair his gun before he left, BUT told him to NEVER come back again!!!
Ok I have been trying to search for the thread for the factory drop off and all I could find was people mentioning the post and not the original post. Any ideas as I would love to read it.