Daystate 5 year warranty?

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    hawkeye69
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    I noticed the warranty listed on the Daystate site says 3 years or only 2 years for regulated guns. When I asked on the owners site I was told that is correct, and that the 5 year was from retailers with conditions. I wonder if this is correct. This is from the new website.

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    likkitysplyt
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    I always thought Daystate came with a 5 year transferable warranty … go figure. And now they want you to pay for the recommended servicing as it is not covered under the warranty … "servicing is charged at current rates" … sounds like a great way to keep the money flowing in for prior purchased products.

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    aa_limited
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    my ds came with a 3 year warrenty and not 5

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    hawkeye69
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    aa_limited

    my ds came with a 3 year warrenty and not 5

    So did my Renegade.

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    Michael
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    All Daystate's bought through the Daystate America distribution (Western hemisphere) are covered by a 5 year transferrable warranty.  And all Brocock's bought through Brocock America distribution carry a 3 year warranty. 

     

    This includes all new rifle purchases after Jan 1, 2018.

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    aa_limited
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    said 3 years on my trigger guard tag

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    hawkeye69
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    Michael

    All Daystate's bought through the Daystate America distribution (Western hemisphere) are covered by a 5 year transferrable warranty.  And all Brocock's bought through Brocock America distribution carry a 3 year warranty. 

    Where can that be found in writing?

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    Michael
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    If you need a written confirmation please contact your retailer to request one.  Copies should be included with all new rifles very soon.

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    hawkeye69
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    Michael

    If you need a written confirmation please contact your retailer to request one.  Copies should be included with all new rifles very soon.

     

    I really don't need a copy right this moment, but it would be nice to have, also the procedure for transferring the warranty if you sell the gun. I'll ask at AOA next time I go in.

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    markmccready
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    Lucky for you lads over in the states it three years over in the U.K. and not transferable.

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    Hookster
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    Still beats most if not everyone else making guns today. 

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    hawkeye69
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    Hookster

    Still beats most if not everyone else making guns today. 

    I agree, even at only 3 years it's better than most. But I bought a Renegade on March 1st this year and I'm not certain about the warranty, 3 years or 5 years? The instruction manual says 3 years, and the web site says 3 years. Did they increase to 5 after I bought it or before? I have no idea. It just feels unprofessional not to make it clear to the buyer.

    I'll ask AOA next time I go in. 

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