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Re: Trigger tech recall

Postby amythntr » Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:57 pm

....Peter, I too appreciate your response and didn't expect anything differently...what set me off was the posting on FB where you specifically call out TT resulting in the voiding of the warranty....a simple reiteration of your warranty policy would have sufficed....the impression I got was Excalibur was caught off guard when TT announced the recall and someone called and asked Dawn about it...resulting in the Excal response on FB....anuff said and time to move on!

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Re: Trigger tech recall

Postby Excalibur Marketing Dude » Tue Jul 18, 2017 6:41 am

I was not aware of the Facebook posting, must have happened last week when I was out of the office.
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Re: Trigger tech recall

Postby FORVOLS » Thu Jul 20, 2017 5:42 pm

I was told by the TT rep when I called since my TTT does not have a serial number or date code it was NOT under the recall. It is an older version so not subject to recall...he verified with computer and other TT ppl. So hopefully he is right..either way good or bad trigger when cocked and loaded it stays pointed down range or away from meaty parts..Same as I always do xbow or gun. Muzzle control indifferent to possible weak equipment. Still got to break down my REM700 see if it is impacted by the TTT recall.
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no serial number

Postby brianpa » Fri Jul 21, 2017 3:44 pm

I don't have a serial number on my TT just a date code of BLE 024. I don't see that date code on the recall list. Am I missing something with the serial number
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Re: no serial number

Postby FORVOLS » Fri Jul 21, 2017 5:19 pm

brianpa wrote:I don't have a serial number on my TT just a date code of BLE 024. I don't see that date code on the recall list. Am I missing something with the serial number



Recommend you call TT give them what info you have.
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Re: no serial number

Postby BrotherRon » Fri Jul 21, 2017 7:20 pm

brianpa wrote:I don't have a serial number on my TT just a date code of BLE 024. I don't see that date code on the recall list. Am I missing something with the serial number


They have a list of the date codes/serial numbers affected on their web site which I posted on another thread.
If your date code or serial number is not listed then you are good to go ;)
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Re: Trigger tech recall

Postby brianpa » Sun Jul 23, 2017 7:41 pm

thanks for the replies
I just want to be 1000 percent sure
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