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    Default HK USP 9 SD Destroyed

    I'm not going to post all the details right now, I would like to give the party involved time to correct the situation.

    I sent my USP out for some work and I was excited when I received it back. However my heart sank when I opened the box to fined my trigger housing in two pieces. The kicker is that the when they shipped it back to me via USPS they did not insure the box. I'm not sure what to do I'm experiencing so many emotions right now, mostly anger.

    I'm in shock right now that my beloved pistol is destroyed.


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    Looks like the other handful of USP's blown up with shitty reloads.

    What kind of "work" did you send it out for? Someone has got some explaining to do.

    Even still, rest easy knowing that the pistol is entirely salvageable. HK can replace the frame for approx. $150.
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    Unless the box was obliterated, it is hard to see how such damage could happen. A little bit of rough handling is not going to do that. What did the box look like?
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    Did you contact the company that did the "work"? What did they say?

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    That's a catastrophic failure, not shipping damage.

    The pistols smith test fired it ... experienced a catastrophic failure ... put it back in a box that way ... shipped it to you un-insured ... and didnt tell you about any of the above?

    Hmmm something does not add up ...
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    This was not due to bad reloaded ammo. The housing was crushed by the postal survive. I did contact the other party I'm not sure what the next corse of action is. I was in distress when i called them.

    My biggest concern is that now i will have a USP-9-SD with miss matching serial numbers and it will destroy the resale value of my $1200 pistol.

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    At least i don't believe it was fired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veritas View Post
    Unless the box was obliterated, it is hard to see how such damage could happen. A little bit of rough handling is not going to do that. What did the box look like?
    That's what I was thinking. IIRC, there is a video floating around somewhere of the HK factory where someone takes a hammer to a P2000 frame without damaging it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyderdiver View Post
    This was not due to bad reloaded ammo. The housing was crushed by the postal survive. I did contact the other party I'm not sure what the next corse of action is. I was in distress when i called them.

    My biggest concern is that now i will have a USP-9-SD with miss matching serial numbers and it will destroy the resale value of my $1200 pistol.
    He should pay for an equivalent replacement and he gets to keep this one.

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