Here's the 'side by side bolt pictures' post I mentioned.As a new member and RDB owner I wouldn't mind seeing that as well.
Thanks in advance
For true!Take it out and shoot it, and count yourself lucky you got it back so quickly.
I can't believe in any one of your posts that you never mentioned WHY you sent it back.Okay. I just got my RDB back from Keltec today. It says on the slip:
So, you didn't even shoot it?On a related note. I stripped down the rifle, but have been having a difficult time removing the bolt cam pin. The firing pin retaining pin and firing pin have been removed. But the cam pin seems like it doesn't want to come out. It wiggles, and I can get it to move a few millimeters out, but it won't come out any further. It wiggles free, but won't fully leave the hole. I am wondering what's going on. It's too slick for me to get a good grip on. I'm using my finger nails.
"I was feeling a bit uneasy about it"
No, after they serviced it, you should have taken it out and shot it...period.And ofcourse I didn't shoot it. I just got it back in the mail from Keltec. The first thing one should do is strip it down, check to see what has been done/changed/repaired, and to clean and lube it.
Thanks, I missed that post. It seems I do have the updated bolt (the hole for my extractor pin is D shaped like in the photo).Frostburg, I do not know why folks around here are giving you a hard time. Post #4 now has a link showing the bolt differences. As far as if you should have shot it or inspected it, I would have done the same as you. I too would have wanted to see what they had done to my rifle. This is KelTec after all, and they have been known to do some strange things.