Nice post. Keep um coming.
I'm guessing that the rationale is that the less time it spends in transit or sitting in warehouses, the less likely it is to get discovered and stolen.scallywag46 said:...
What's the deal with having to ship weapons only by overnight service?
Kahr should have taken care of the shipping if there was a problem with the gun.scallywag46 said:I have about 275 round through the CW40 and it started to have some failure to fire because of light primer hits. After $60 to ship it back to Kahr and a week in transit/gun work, it is back now. It makes me wonder if I should have spent the extra $ and got something with out problems, but how do ya know? Most all gun makers have some problems. Kahr did service the gun and sent it back with out charge but I had to pay the first shipping. What's the deal with having to ship weapons only by overnight service?