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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 04:55 PM
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H&R still has customer service? I assumed there was no support.
There's no repair service that I know of unless you count Remington service centers, but H&R CS is still the same place they were since 2008, Madison NC, Marlin too, in fact they have the same mailing address, but different phone numbers, H&R has had the same phone number since ~2000 maybe, (866)776-9292.

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Thanks for the info! I haven't needed to contact them yet, but you never know.

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I got my new forend today. I had to swap the internal parts from the wooden to the synthetic, it did not come with the spring, nut, and fine threaded sling stud.

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Hmm, mine came complete, I wonder if they robbed parts for someone?

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