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Thread: Would Remington warranty this barrel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soundguy View Post
    automation is double edged. cut humans, save money.. but now those humans you cut have no money, so they can't buy your product, thus you sell less, and then close.
    I worked for the same furniture manufacturer for 35 years, we made good furniture and it was a good place to work. It was sold out and a new management crew arrived. Everything was either automated or outsourced to China and a lot of people lost their job.

    I had the same discussion with one of the manage team and was told I knew nothing about business, well maybe I don't but they lost their tail.

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    When remlin talk about "deep grooved ballard rifling" that is the deep grooves they are talking about.

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    Now that is funny!

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    The first time my Bull dog went back is because every groove looked that when I got it home.

    As one of the writers said to a friend, ' the consumer has become the QA/QC department for the gun manufacturers.

    I would imagine that barrel and boolits would not play well together.
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    How about an update?

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    I bet Remington sent it back as is. Those are not chatter marks...winds up it's the owner's manual and legal disclaimer printed in a single line on the bottom of the groove. Cheaper than paper or bandwidth/data storage as it turns out.

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    I'm sure Remington didn't fix it any better the suck, anything freedom group sucks. I will not buy any of it after an experience with a 870.

    I had a ruger 1911 with a bad barrel with tool marking. Called them, wrote a note to the service guy that was getting the gun.

    It went along the lines of: ok this barrel is going to lead up like crazy, they make factory lead rounds so don't pull the reloading bull****. Also the timing lockup was to tight on the link so that I better not have to fix again.

    Got the gun back about 10 days later with a types letter. Apologizing to me and went on to say I had a hand picked barrel that was hand lapped and got a new slide hand fitted and all set up. The barrel is like a mirror and it is a very smooth gun. No joke, that guy should be working at nighthawk customs or something. Anyway. Ruger has always been like that for me, I even admit to breaking a vaquero, they sent parts to me free of charge 2 day shipping. Ruger is the best with customer service..

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    Quote Originally Posted by flybyjohn View Post
    I wonder if it is a robot fitting these guns together after all the parts are made. I can only imagine that someone has got to pick up a barrel, slide it into the slide place the spring, and install the slide assembly and then test fire the gun. How hard could it be to sight down the barrel and notice smooth from rough.

    The Customer Service rep I spoke on the phone with from Remington was shocked that I had looked down the barrel. He boasted that in the 85 sum handguns he owns that he has never looked down the barrel. He just runs a brush through them and shoots them. I find that really hard to believe. I look down every one of my barrels while cleaning, that's how I know when it is clean.
    My guess would be the " unservice" rep owns zero guns after a statement like that
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    Probably hasn't looked down the sights either. Funny how positions are filled after the bean counters get through. It seems as if knowledge is secondary to ability to BS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoke4320 View Post
    My guess would be the " unservice" rep owns zero guns after a statement like that
    Very much agreed.

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    Nothing wrong with that barrel that 500 bullets coated in valve grinding compound wouldn't fix- then you'd have the only 9.1mm on the block! Seriously they need to replace that carp barrel asap/nc!

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    Wow, just looked at the pics of barrels. Sure are not hammer forged, looks like dull broach with feed and speed way off. Junk. remington is a has been since the bean counters took over. In my 35 years of working with equipment, machinery and machine tools , all went down the drain when bean counters got control of manufacturing and maintanence. Sad reflection on our once greatest manufacturing systems in the world, glad dont work anymore.
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    Venture capitalists is the buzzword.......guaranteed returns to investment funds.....huge bonuses to smarties ....same time trash employee entitlements..... .......and strip all the trusted brands,then sell the name to third world manufacturers.......who are gradually improving their quality........look at all the corporate giants who pay no tax,just so you can pay more......

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    Seems our OP is among the missing.
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    Million dollar settlement with non disclosure clause?

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    Had a problem with a Remington BDL 700 in 30-06 I purchased new way back in the 80's. All the machine work was fine but the plastic end cap on the stock had a large chunk of waste plastic stuck in the barrel channel. It kind of looked like squeezed tooth paste that had hardened in the left side of the channel and was pressing real hard on the side of the barrel. Took a while to figure out why the rifle wouldn't group better than 3 inches at 100yds. Thought it was my shooting style that was the problem. Ended up floating the barrel and replacing the stock pressure points with a small piece of cork which made a big difference.
    I wonder how many new gun owners even look down the barrel of their gun or know what to look for. Too bad QC has gone down hill for Remington.

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