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    They are not made by Charter Arms... So this is irrelevant.

    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    This is a wild thought with no facts to back it up: could it be that the company that produces the frame which is identical to the Charter Arms models have dedicated all their resources to making real firearms and the market and profit margin for making the Gun-X makes it cost prohibitive..How many Gun X's are they going to sell as opposed to selling a Charter Arms Bulldog in .38

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckstruck View Post
    What gun would you buy instead????
    A used NEF .22 cal 9 shot starter pistol !!!

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    Where is the serial # located on the GunX? I know I got one of the first ones but it don't have any numbers on it. Only has Trainer 209 Primer on one side of the barrel and GunX Shelton CT on the other side.

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    Then your primer gun has the lifetime warranty if it doesn't have a SN. The new ones don't carry the warranty . Mine is in for repairs now. The metal piece that hits firing pin broke on mine and everyone else's I know. But they are repairing them quick. Maybe they are looking into redesigning that piece but I don't know.
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    I think they all have a lifetime warranty. The early guns had a S/N and you could pay extra for the warranty for that particular number. All have the warranty so no need for the S/N.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Lash View Post
    I think they all have a lifetime warranty. The early guns had a S/N and you could pay extra for the warranty for that particular number. All have the warranty so no need for the S/N.
    John, the warranty information on the website has changed. The newer model guns need to be registered and have a 1 year warranty.
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    Hmmm then they must have started numbering them again. I ordered early and got # 17, I think.
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    I looked at the site. The warranty stuff may be old information. Elsewhere it talks about the lifetime warranty, with no mention of the extra charge.
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