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    Smile Have you registered...

    You’re HK? When I picked mine up there was a little form that said you can put down your information and send it to HK to be registered. I have not done this yet and I was wondering if you guys have. If I ever need the gun to be serviced do you think it would be a problem not having this done? Thanks guys


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    I think if you register, they forward it on to the government and you get drafted. (just kidding)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie
    I think if you register, they forward it on to the government and you get drafted. (just kidding)
    Ha ha

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    Usually I do, but I do not fill out some of those questions on the HK form (income, etc). I didn't bother to do it on my latest Walther - Should I ever get trouble w/ a warranty claim, I can always fax them the receipt.

    Hey, I am sure one of 2 of those registration forms gets lost every once in a while (in the mail). If U have a problem in the future, just tell them U did mail it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck
    If U have a problem in the future, just tell them U did mail it

    Haha that would probably work

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    I sent in the post card for all 3 of my HK's.

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    My last Walther is the 1st time I have not sent one of those things in...

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    I sent in the warranty registration card on all my pistols, but not the income, or what magazines i read and such, just the serial number, place and date purchased..thats all they need in my opinion.

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    U mean you don't want those "free" magazine offers that start costing U money if you don't cancel?!?! WHo wouldn't want that?

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    I dont send mine out, Im putting it in my HK case. in case they need repair, I will always have the receipt to show the proof of purchase

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    Broke It

    I sent mine in right away. When I broke my HK USP.40 it took less than a week to get it back. I don't know if it helped or not.

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    Bought mine slightly used, less than 150 rds thru it, being that I was the second owner in a FTF transaction I figured I had no warranty, so I didn't bother. Hope it doesn't break.

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    Typically, if the original owner didn't send it in, U can.

    But, if I remember correctly, HK is the only one that requires ya send in a copy of the recipt along w/ the card. So, U probably can't do it. Most other gun companies only require the card.

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