All the best,
|Crack free stock on June 27th, the day I sent the 93 to Savage Arms.|
|The stock as it appeared when I got it back from Savage! |
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|View of the muzzle end on June 27th, clearly showing no damage to muzzle.|
|Another view with different lighting that show zero damage to muzzle|
on June 27th, the day I sent the Model 93 to Savage. Click to enlarge.
|This is what the muzzle looked like when I got the 93 back from Savage!|
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|June 2th - no ding on left side of barrel between receiver and stampings and|
there was also no scratch or marring in the wood under rear scope mount.
|When I got it back from Savage there was|
a ding on barrel between stampings and receiver.
|Again, when I got it back from Savage, there was also a scratch and marring in|
the wood under the rear scope mount that were not there when sent to Savage.
|Not scraped when I shipped it to Savage but scraped when I got it back.|
|Receiver not scratched behind ejection port when sent to Savage.|
|Receiver scratched when I got it back from Savage,|
7) The forward movement of the safety is no longer smooth as it was before back in June but now seems to be grating on something internally and it is hard to push forward. The rearward movement is still smooth. Obviously there are no pics for this.
pics for this.
|Photo by: Kevin W. Kelly, June 16, 2016. Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Charter_Arms_Explorer_II_pistol.png|
|My Remington Model 31 - click on image to enlarge.|