Not taking issue with the seriousness of your observations, but please keep in mind that, as presented, this is largely anecdotal -- and contrary to the experiences of most current TTU users who have thus far used and reviewed the product. "Multiple parts breakages" experienced by an unidentifed group suggests either a bad batch of product or some kind of installation errors. Further, are we talking about something as simple as a few springs popping out of the units while in their retail packaging, or actual component failures while installed in the gun?
Originally Posted by DonovanM
The questions are rhetorical, but the point is that more detail is needed to really ascertain whether there is a product issue here or a user issue. Assuming the former, this would be the first serious mention of any TTU failure of which I am aware. Am certainly not saying that it is not possible, or did not happen; merely pointing out the difficulties associated with the ambiguity of the "there have been reports ..." approach. I'm also left to wonder how a problem of this severity would not already be well-known to the team at Wilson, as I would expect any department armorer worth his salt to have already been in contact with them, were the problem on anything approaching the stated order of magnitude.
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