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    Faxon is doing their own M&P optic cut slide

    I don't own an M&P but have been looking into pistol optic options and Rainier Arms recently sent a "New Product Spotlight" on Faxon's fairly new optic cut slide that they manufacturer in-house. I didn't see here on a search so thought I'd share.

    https://www.recoilweb.com/faxon-fire...18-136856.html
    https://faxonfirearms.com/patriot-sl...ize-w-rmr-cut/
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    So what happens when you receive a defective slide and Faxon decides that your brand new slide has "too many rounds shot though it" to honor their warranty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicious_cb View Post
    So what happens when you receive a defective slide and Faxon decides that your brand new slide has "too many rounds shot though it" to honor their warranty?
    Are you saying you've had problems with a Faxon barrel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vicious_cb View Post
    So what happens when you receive a defective slide and Faxon decides that your brand new slide has "too many rounds shot though it" to honor their warranty?
    I see what you did there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MountainRaven View Post
    Are you saying you've had problems with a Faxon barrel?
    See pappabear's thread in AR Technical discussion. He had some issues with an Ar barrel and it was not handled well. I have heard lots of good about Faxon, mixed in with some stories like that. For that reason, they will not be getting my business anytime soon. To many other good options

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicious_cb View Post
    So what happens when you receive a defective slide and Faxon decides that your brand new slide has "too many rounds shot though it" to honor their warranty?
    Quote Originally Posted by everready73 View Post
    See pappabear's thread in AR Technical discussion. He had some issues with an Ar barrel and it was not handled well. I have heard lots of good about Faxon, mixed in with some stories like that. For that reason, they will not be getting my business anytime soon. To many other good options
    I missed that thread, thank you for the direction.
    https://www.m4carbine.net/showthread...ighlight=faxon
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    Quote Originally Posted by everready73 View Post
    ... For that reason, they will not be getting my business anytime soon. Too many other good options
    Same here.

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    Cool looking. I need that done to my new M&P. When the jackboys show up, whip that out from under your coat and they'll fold up and run!

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