That's what I figured. We just all but NEVER see this. You'll have no issue with the repair. Give it about 20 minutes total time. While you have the thing disassembled with the frame out, it's a great time to do a little custom polishing.Mohave-Tec said:The trigger breaking was a fluke. I was sizing up a shot and just starting to pull when it just gently folded up. Like anything plastic, sooner or later you get a bubble or whatever in one part and it just gives.
If you didn’t ask for a new trigger pin be careful not to damage the one you’re removing. I’m like a bull in a china shop and usually bend about 1 in 5 during extraction.Mohave-Tec said:He didn't ask another question except my name and address then told me a new trigger would be in the mail today.
That's 'cause Kel Tec is in Dixie and when somebody in Dixie tells you they're going to do something, they're going to do it. In Las Vegas? Ain't a business here that isn't full of **** all the way up to and past their eye-balls. I'm going to look at some more Kel Tec stuff and see if they have anything else that fill a nitch I've considered.TxCajun said:When you call in the morning, very often the part is there on the 3rd day. No need to fax a receipt, no serial #, no hassles, no nothing. Just good fast service based on the honor system.
5 days later...new trigger in hand. Man that's good.Mohave-Tec said:Called Kel Tec service. No wait. No "Please hold". Told the guy I purchased two new Kel Tec products in the last year and that the trigger snapped on one after 1000 rounds. He didn't ask another question except my name and address then told me a new trigger would be in the mail today. If so, that will be the finest service call I've ever had AND.....this product is Made in the USA!!!!!!