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    9mm 24/7 Pro C DS - Settlement Replacement Options?

    On hearing of the settlement, I did not apply for the cash buyback option or the safety inspection/swaperoo. That said, I haven't been shooting it much. If I was to contact CS to send it in for a safety inspection today, what is likely to happen? Specifically, what swaperoo weapon am I likely to get and how long might it take?
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    Probably a G2C or G3.
    You might be able to negotiate for a TH9 or TH9C.
    I think that would be better.

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    You can negotiate? Would a .38 revolver be out of the question? Also, I am in a ban state so I have to stay under 15 rounds.

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    You can either send your Pistol in and probably get it swapped out for a G3 or G3C, or keep it and keep using it.
    The good thing is, you will get a newer Pistol that is supported with better access to parts.
    The bad thing is, the newer Pistols don't have a solid aluminum Chassis sub-Frame and a Trigger that is not nearly as nice as the older Pistols.

    I've elected to keep my older 9mm 24/7 Pro, .45 24/7 OSS, and 9mm PT111 Millenium Pro, but you may have a different need.

    Here's what the whole deal was really all about:


    You really have to manually position the safety and trigger to get the Pistol to fail/fire.
    "Easy is the path to wisdom for those not blinded by ego." - Yoda

    For all of those killed by a 9mm: "Get up! You are not dead! You were shot with a useless cartridge!"

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    Yeah, I was able to replicate the fault in my 24/7. I never even knew it was an issue until somebody explained the problem. I probably would not have ever experienced it naturally. I would definitely be interested in a G3C.

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    Eh like 007 I opted to keep my PT Pro line up after researching the "ISSUE" I found poor operator decisions not a mechanical issue.

    • PT-111 Millennium
    • PT-132 Millennium
    • PT-138-Millennium
    • PT-140 Millennium
    • PT-145 Millennium
    • PT-745 Millennium
    • PT-609
    • PT-640
    • PT-24/7
    • This is the list on recall I have 5 of them I plan on keeping them
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    If you send in one of the recalled models, it will not be returned. They will tell you they are sending you a specific model as similar to your old one as possible—in their opinion. You can ask for a different model or for stainless instead of black, etc. They will talk to you, and do what they can within reason—at least they did for me with my 24/7 Pro. They are not unreasonable. Just be aware, if you send it in, you will not get it back.
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