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Can someone tell me what the procedure to send a gun back to Blaser for service, other than just call them?
 

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Make sure you are following your carrier's guidelines on shipping long-guns. Those can be found easily enough on whatever one you are using's website.
 

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Can someone tell me what the procedure to send a gun back to Blaser for service, other than just call them?
I have no idea where you live, but Mike Sherman, PMS Firearms, is a certified Blazer service repair gunsmith and he will be in Florida with his mobile shop all winter starting sometime in November.

Mike is a good guy and easy to deal with. You can find out more on his website.
 

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I called them to let them know what I needed/wanted to be looked at - they were very helpful. I packed it in the factory negrini, cardboard boxed on the outside, shipped it per regulations at USPS. Came back a week later shipped to my FFL as they replaced the receiver and i had to do a transfer on a "new" firearm with my original barrels and stock/forearm.
 

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I called them to let them know what I needed/wanted to be looked at - they were very helpful. I packed it in the factory negrini, cardboard boxed on the outside, shipped it per regulations at USPS. Came back a week later shipped to my FFL as they replaced the receiver and i had to do a transfer on a "new" firearm with my original barrels and stock/forearm.
Now that sounds like excellent service.
 

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Blaser has the best service department around! I have found UPS is easiest to deal with when shipping a gun. The customer care centers are best (usually near an airport). UPS store won't ship guns. I would call Blaser and let them know your sending it.

Shoot well,
Mallory
 
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