If only the manufacturers would look at their products before shipping them out. It’s amazing how fast QC goes out the window when people are throwing exorbitant amounts of money at you just so they can “get their rifle before their gone.”
I wonder how many times this poor guy tried before he gave up and looked for the problem.
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Is the Bravo Company Mfg mousepad a cue to the origin of the product or just an unfortunate backdrop?
I was waiting in line at the SnapOn store one time and a customer came in to exchange a socket that was perfectly formed and finished, except that the drive hole had not been broached.
When hardware makers adopt normal software production practices…
Next Thursday there will be a patch released to fix that.
The following Monday, a hotfix will be released to replace the locking lugs that were accidentally removed in Thursday’s patch. Fixes for the firing pin itself will be in our next major release, which should include changes to the following:
* Bug #32456: Dust cover does not open when bolt carrier is retracted (High)
* Bug #33130: Front sight post is missing (Medium)
* Bug #33138: Rear sight aperture is missing (Medium)
* Bug #35688: Rifle furniture is wrong color (Urgent)
* Feature #34456: Support for alternative projectiles/shotgun (High)
Bug #32117: Where is the barrel shroud?! It is the shoulder thing that goes up!!! has been closed (Works as Designed).
That will be an upgrade you’ll have to pay for.
But at least you can yell “Pew, Pew, Pew!” when you pull the trigger.
[Adam Savage Voice] Well THERE’S your problem! [/Adam Savage Voice]
A buddy of mine got an AR right before the craziness where the manufacturer had forgotten to drill the gas port in the barrel. He couldn’t figure out why the rifle wouldn’t cycle and had to send it back to Ct. for repair.
I’m sure there’s a good Chucky Schumer joke in these pictures… pin bent to hell for trying without success; no hole for the pin; utter lack of penetration; when pin-meets-steel; etc.
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Sadly….I had to look at it for a while….the actual defect was hard to comprehend
According to the VP that’s a feature not a bug.
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