Screw sig customer service!!!!!

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by thegriz18, Feb 9, 2010.

  1. 11bdad

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    It's one of the easiest parts to replace.

    As a Sig armorer I can tell you Sig is pretty tight about their guns. Mostly because they don't want clowns messing around with their gus and then complaining it doesn't work anymore. Or worse yet selling it off broken to another person. Sig's official line is that they don't want officers taking the grips off their guns, only armorers. I know why, because officer start to play with things they don't fully understand when the grips are off. When we had Berettas we lost a lot of trigger springs that way.
     

  3. WiskyT

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    Yeah, there was always a trigger bar spring on the floor of the cleaning room after qualifications. There is always one guy who would ram a broom handle through the magwell to make sure it was clean down there:upeyes: