Originally Posted by eforce
That's a design flaw, not a store error. They gave you parts to fix it and the rest is between you and the manufacturer.
Really? You saw the gun? You tech'd the gun? Because they didn't either.
"One good thing about buying from us and not online such as ANS or any of the other online vendors is the lifetime warranty and tech service. As long as the marker is manufactured we will tech it, if the tech cannot figure it out, we will send it to the company for you, if you ever need any parts such as odd o rings, screws, etc, we can provide them."
Now, I purchased the gun FROM them and not used. Blindly, but as a trusting consumer and got dicked over. I agree it could be an error due to the company that made the marker. But, buyer beware, they are in the game to sell stuff to you. If they wouldn't of stated the above, the chances of me purchasing said marker from them would of went down to say, oh maybe not a damn chance. Which, if I did order online, I know it would be an issue between the manufacturer and myself and I would go pound sand. However, I did the old, support local, yada yada bull****. This is before I knew better, did research, etc.
I took the gun to them because I couldn't figure it out. I didnt even get a,"let my tech look at it." I told him what parts I was having an issue with, looking for advice, and all he did was give me the said parts. So please, tell me where I failed?
The only thing I failed to do is do my own research. A red flag should of been thrown when the store didn't have **** on their shelves. But, his excuse, which was good is that they had big games and the shelves got cleaned off. Which, in the area they did have like 3 big games right in a row.
All I was saying is buyer beware. Dont think just because its a retailer you are safe.