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    Heritage Arms Warranty

    New Address:
    Heritage Manufacturing Inc.
    ATTN: Repair Dept.
    100 Taurus Way
    Bainbridge, Georgia 39817

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    Do they break that often to need a PSA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Happy Kaboomer View Post
    Do they break that often to need a PSA?
    That's the brand spanking new repair facility for Taurus International.
    So when you factor THAT in ,,,,,,,,,, yes ,they do.
    Last edited by needsmostuff; 11-09-2019 at 05:01 PM.
    Where am I going ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and why am I in this handbasket ?

    You know my uncle , he's as honest as me . An I'm as honest as a government man can be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by needsmostuff View Post
    That's the brand spanking new repair facility for Taurus International.
    So when you factor THAT in ,,,,,,,,,, yes ,they do.
    +1

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    I bought one of their .22's as a snake gun. I only fired it once at the range. It was a brief range trip, but a satisfactory one. I took it home, cleaned it and it's sitting in a drawer. Haven't seen one snake since then. I guess you could say it did it's job. Their coming out with a single action .357 and .45. It's a move up for them. The address assures me that if I do get a problem it will be taken care of.

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    Heritage has had 357 and 45 single action revolvers for a long time. My 22 is fun to shoot.
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