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    Kel Tec parts

    Anybody ever order parts directly from Kel Tec? I broke the assrmbly pin on my son's p11 and that seems to be the only place I can find one but their website won't complete orders.

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    Call 'em up and explain it to them. I've got a PF-9, original owner, and they sent me an extractor spring no questions asked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by troutkiller View Post
    Call 'em up and explain it to them. I've got a PF-9, original owner, and they sent me an extractor spring no questions asked.
    Definitely - - CALL THEM. Tey have customer service like every other manufacturer wishes they could.

    I once had a P-11 that had the barrel blow open (long story), it peeled on the rifling and the slide was jammed about a quarter of an inch back. I mean BLOWN GUN! I sent it in to them, and in a week, had it back with this letter: We couldn't repair the barrel, so we installed a new one. We couldn't move the slide, so we installed a new one. We couldn't get the slide off to examine the receiver/trigger group, so we installed a new one, and we noticed that the grip-frame had a few scuff marks so we installed a new one. Oh, by the way, we sent you a new magazine for your trouble. Thanks, and if we can be of further help, please let us know.

    What they did, - in reality - was stamped my serial number on a new production gun. Back in a week, too. Let's see anybody match that!

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    Thanks. I'll call them Monday morning.
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