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Sphinx SDP Compact Alpha 9mm 3 mags Kriss - $749 Description
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I don’t know anything about the company selling the gun, but as far as the p365 goes, mine is my EDC. I have about 800 rounds through it without a hitch. There was a lot of controversy about the gun when it was first released because of various problems, but sig has constantly updated the gun. The born on date for my gun was Nov 26th or so. The price the company is offering for it is currently a good price. If you like having a safety on your gun Sig is coming out with a version this year that has a safety.
I’ve dealt with Sportsman guide between 10 and 20 times over the last couple of years and bought the Keltec Sub 2000 that takes Glock 19 mags from them two summers ago. Every transaction I have had with them has gone well and I enjoy the Keltec.
The Keltec I bought had to go in for a recall around last summer, but I still frequently take it to the range and have fun with it. It gave me a good reason to by a Glock 19.
People buying guns from locked and loaded have a right to know what they are getting in for. Many people have been having bad experiences with them recently. Beware locked and loaded located in Illinois. I ordered a Springfield Alpha from them on 4/10 at a good price based on an ad I saw on gundeals. I even posted it in a deals thread on a firearms forum where I am a member. I filled out my information including my credit card info (After reading their recent feedback and based on my experience with them I cancelled my credit card, I do not want them to have that information) and ffl information. I got an email back from customer support with an order #. All seemed well.
I did not hear anything after that. My wife gave them a few calls and basically after 2 days they said that they could not find the order and that I could order the gun again at a higher price. They said it did not matter that I had the order # and confirmation, there was nothing they could do.
Over the last couple of days I did what I should of done before ordering the gun, checked reviews on them. I found a lot of recent negative reviews about the companies online service from Google Reviews and Yelp. They are easy enough to look up.
I have done business with a lot of on-line firearm companies over the years. I use gundeals regularly and have had all positive experiences until now.. Locked and loaded is the only online company bad enough that I felt it worthwhile to warn others away.
In the end I am not out any money, (although I gave them my credit card information which in light of my experience was worrisome enough to me to cancel my card), but based on my experience and the experience of others I want to give people a heads up that this is not a good company to do business with. You may very well be wasting your time if you do business with them as I tried to do.
No you did not. Mine started double firing after roughly 100 rounds. It does it randomly but I cannot shoot more than 10 rounds without at least one double fire. These triggers are unsafe and they are crap. I will not even sell mine since I don't want to be responsible for somebody injuring themselves. I will wait for deal on CMC. I should have done it before I bought this junk. Buy once cry once.
And if you get caught with one you could do 5-10 in federal pound you in the ass prison. Legal firearms must be serialized or they aren't legal. 26 U.S. Code § 5861 (i) www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/26/5861 www.justice.gov/sites/default/files/usao-ut/legacy/2013/06/03/guncard.pdf (page 3) An 80% receiver does not require a serial number, but as soon as you cut into that receiver and the body is anything but a solid block, it must be searialized to be sold, or to be assembled into a firearm, even for personal use. This is whether you're under NFA or just plain old GCA regs. Please please please don't rely on anyone at ATF to advise you on what is legal and what isn't. If you ask the same question of 5 people at ATF you're likely to get at least 3 conflicting responses. Ever run across a cop who doesn't know a specific law? This is the same thing. Be careful and do your homework.