Buck Mark Camper problems
Just over a month ago, I purchased a Buck Mark Camper. Before 400 rounds had been through it, it began to stovepipe 12-15% of rounds (:smt076)! I sent it to the regional Browning repair shop and they found "ridges in the chamber that were probably exerting unusual pressure on the casing that prevented normal extraction." They have sent it on to the company shop in Missouri so they can determine whether to polish out the ridges or simply replace the barrel/receiver. Since the gun hasn't yet been received in Missouri, I have been hesitant to call Customer Service, but I have been a bit concerned about possible cost. Given that Browning doesn't indicate anything about warranty in the paperwork supplied with the gun, is there likely to be any problem about the company simply repairing or replacing my gun without cost?