All of mine came with replacements...
Pardon my ignorance ... how do you confirm this using your s/n?Well I confirmed by my ser# that the gun was in fact NIB. I have few from my other Hk45C pistols I had and I don't plan on wearing out this pistol anytime soon.
You can see who HK sold the pistol to, and then trace it to your dealer. IE: HK sells to Distributor X, your dealer buys from Distributor X and you bought it from your dealer.Pardon my ignorance ... how do you confirm this using your s/n?
I guess I was one of the lucky ones; my HK45 is a BB date code and it came with the extra o-rings. The test round envelope is dated 6/14/2011. I purchased the HK45 about a month ago.My BB date code HK45C did not have extras either. I think that's how the US made ones are shipping now.
Thanks apollo11. Do you look up serial numbers at HK usa website or you have to call?You can see who HK sold the pistol to, and then trace it to your dealer. IE: HK sells to Distributor X, your dealer buys from Distributor X and you bought it from your dealer.
The red flag would be if the dealer says it was NIB, and it was originally sold to some other distributor that your dealer does not buy from.
This process becomes even easier if the dealer is a direct HK dealer.
Just buy the green ones, more accurate makes it look bad ass, so I have been toldMy gun was ordered by a distributor from Hk and my FFL ordered it from them. Ser# is on file with the Distributor. I'm not going to worry about the 0rings. Thank you guys.
Do you need some? I have extra. Let me know and I can mail a couple to you.I was looking through the case of my less than a week old & unfired Hk45CT and I noticed that I received no extra orings. Anybody have any info on this?