A friend was cleaning her Shield in prep for her HR 218 class and managed to get the guide rod jammed against the takedown lever. (It happens, why there isn't a detent on it I'll never understand). .She called me and we went over it, and I could have fixed it for her, but am too far away, and she did not have the tools or the hand strength to do it herself. Of course, this happened on a Friday night and the class was Sat AM, so she had to use her backup gun to qualify. She went to Hunter and dropped it off, and they took care of it for her promptly
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