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Old 05-09-2017, 09:27 AM   #71
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Either that, or a dreaded Waffen Werks that got rebuilt with a new receiver?

Given all the feed problems they had someone might have been grinding trying to fix that, gave up, returned it and then DDI fixed it.
It didn't have that damage when I first bought it. It was a new parts kit build. According to DDI on this forum. Those Waffen Works rifles I don't believe had fenocited barrels which this one has.
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Is the receiver marked DDI with the rifled logo?
Yes it has the DDI hexagon logo.

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I may have miss spoke the bolt can kit the barrel but only after its rotated in and not the full amount of rotation.
you miss speak a lot. what happened? you got bored with the other thread?
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It didn't have that damage when I first bought it. It was a new parts kit build. According to DDI on this forum. Those Waffen Works rifles I don't believe had fenocited barrels which this one has.
man...good luck with getting it straighten out.

like some other said.....i will never use US made barrel, no matter how much positive feedback i see. I know comm block stuff worked, works and always will work.
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Yes it has the DDI hexagon logo.

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WOW! really odd. I have no idea. The FNC coating has a surface hardening of approx 62 rc.
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WOW! really odd. I have no idea. The FNC coating has a surface hardening of approx 62 rc.
That's why I was so confused myself. It's also why I started to wonder if it was the malfunctions from the V-project mags. But at this point it would take an AK competent gunsmith to look at and determine the problems. I honestly haven't got a clue.
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That's why I was so confused myself. It's also why I started to wonder if it was the malfunctions from the V-project mags. But at this point it would take an AK competent gunsmith to look at and determine the problems. I honestly haven't got a clue.
If PSA will not assist you. I would be glad to take a look at it.
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If PSA will not assist you. I would be glad to take a look at it.
Thanks, I really appreciate that, especially right now.

One email was from David Fillers saying he forwarded it to DDI customer service (if I am remembering that right), and the other one was from PSA customer service saying they were going to have a supervisor call. If I don't hear from them by the end of the week or the end of following week I'm going to start making calls. Not that I am losing patience or anything I just want to get the ball rolling.
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Thanks, I really appreciate that, especially right now.

One email was from David Fillers saying he forwarded it to DDI customer service (if I am remembering that right), and the other one was from PSA customer service saying they were going to have a supervisor call. If I don't hear from them by the end of the week or the end of following week I'm going to start making calls. Not that I am losing patience or anything I just want to get the ball rolling.
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and if anything, In Range will take care of you. always has.
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I was looking on my phone and I found a picture I had taken of one of the malfunctions I was talking about. I don't know if it would help or not but I figured I would share it just in case.

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Does anyone have any contact info for PSA? Their customer service line only has an option for placing orders and when I pressed that it said my "call couldn't be completed".
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Send it off to Troy at InRange .
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man...good luck with getting it straighten out.

like some other said.....i will never use US made barrel, no matter how much positive feedback i see. I know comm block stuff worked, works and always will work.

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Does anyone have any contact info for PSA? Their customer service line only has an option for placing orders and when I pressed that it said my "call couldn't be completed".
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I selected online order inquires iirc.
I would give them a chance. They seem to be doing a good job taking care of people w/ddi guns. They have taken care of my ddi sf so far. I have info & pics to post afterwards of issues, solutions, & everything else once I can verify w/range time.
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I selected online order inquires iirc.
I would give them a chance. They seem to be doing a good job taking care of people w/ddi guns. They have taken care of my ddi sf so far. I have info & pics to post afterwards of issues, solutions, & everything else once I can verify w/range time.
Thank you I'll try that again next week.
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Call and ask for a supervisor.
The few times I had questions about a product I got ran around untill I got pissed and took it to higher ups.

I'm told things are better there now but I don't know.
I got tired of there always being one thing out of stock I needed per order. They sell a lot of parts.
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That really does look rough as hell. I think PSA sucks.
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Call and ask for a supervisor.
The few times I had questions about a product I got ran around untill I got pissed and took it to higher ups.

I'm told things are better there now but I don't know.
I got tired of there always being one thing out of stock I needed per order. They sell a lot of parts.
They had told me a while ago that a supervisor was going to call me the day they got my email (in April). I had tried that line before (customer service for placing an order??) and it only said "your call cannot be completed as dialed", so I was going to try again on Monday.
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Call and ask for a supervisor.
The few times I had questions about a product I got ran around untill I got pissed and took it to higher ups.

I'm told things are better there now but I don't know.
I got tired of there always being one thing out of stock I needed per order. They sell a lot of parts.
You get pissed. No way...
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They had told me a while ago that a supervisor was going to call me the day they got my email (in April). I had tried that line before (customer service for placing an order??) and it only said "your call cannot be completed as dialed", so I was going to try again on Monday.
They need better management. Probably have a lot of guys that know guns but not business management.
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Send that bitch to Troy Sellars.

Some years back I was stupid enough to buy a Lancaster Arms Rough Rider AK-74 rifle. Looked good but it only took about six shots to know that something was NOT RIGHT.

Lancaster later admitted they had put bad barrels in a batch of these rifles with a vastly oversized gas port.

Instead of dealing with Lancaster I elected to send the rifle to Troy, who sold me a brand new Bulgarian barrel and installed it. Presto! From lemon to sweet-shooting rifle. End of story.
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Send that bitch to Troy Sellars.

Some years back I was stupid enough to buy a Lancaster Arms Rough Rider AK-74 rifle. Looked good but it only took about six shots to know that something was NOT RIGHT.

Lancaster later admitted they had put bad barrels in a batch of these rifles with a vastly oversized gas port.

Instead of dealing with Lancaster I elected to send the rifle to Troy, who sold me a brand new Bulgarian barrel and installed it. Presto! From lemon to sweet-shooting rifle. End of story.
I want DDI/PSA to fix the problem because the rifle is still under warranty.
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Send it off to Troy at InRange .
Troy at Inrange left to work for DDI.

He did a really nice job for me on a Saiga conversion, and adding a folding stock, I wanted him to do more work, but he is no longer independent.
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I may have miss spoke the bolt can kit the barrel but only after its rotated in and not the full amount of rotation.
you miss speak a lot. what happened? you got bored with the other thread?
Show were I have miss spoken a fair amount.
I correct a error in what I stated after studying a couple rifles for about to try to help the OP out.
I was tying to figure out how the bolt could be wearing into the breach face and edge of extracter cut when it actualy rotated and pushed back initaly by the ramp on the bullet guide. I was curious since I have never seen that in any or situation including barrel I have turned and profiled.

I'M sure your insults are a big help to everyone thanks for the valuable input.
So is your thing following people around a site throwing insults?

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If they don't call in a day or so of a email. Call them .
No need to get nasty with them but no need to wait for call past a promised time. Emails get lost numbers get written down,people get transfered, fired or quit. Shit happens.

As far as me getting pissed with them I should not need to explain why a AR 15 bolt and charge handel won't fit in a 308 more than once certainly not twice.

Call them back ask for a supervisor write there name down for next time.
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Show were I have miss spoken a fair amount.
I correct a error in what I stated after studying a couple rifles for about to try to help the OP out.
I was tying to figure out how the bolt could be wearing into the breach face and edge of extracter cut when it actualy rotated and pushed back initaly by the ramp on the bullet guide. I was curious since I have never seen that in any or situation including barrel I have turned and profiled.

I'M sure your insults are a big help to everyone thanks for the valuable input.
So is your thing following people around a site throwing insults?
Oh I couldn't hold a candle to your little passive aggressive bitch posts, no sir you have me beat in that regard. I will gladly talk shit to you anytime you want to me, you like to sling shit but don't like it thrown back at you.



The OP messaged me first, I told him it was likely making contact with the barrel and something was off about it, simple as that, it's for the manufacturer to make right. Doesn't take someone with your self professed intellect to figure it out.
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Troy at Inrange left to work for DDI.

He did a really nice job for me on a Saiga conversion, and adding a folding stock, I wanted him to do more work, but he is no longer independent.
OH NO!!!! I've been back in my shop since Jan 1.
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If they don't call in a day or so of a email. Call them .
No need to get nasty with them but no need to wait for call past a promised time. Emails get lost numbers get written down,people get transfered, fired or quit. Shit happens.

As far as me getting pissed with them I should not need to explain why a AR 15 bolt and charge handel won't fit in a 308 more than once certainly not twice.

Call them back ask for a supervisor write there name down for next time.
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??? What? What are you talking about with the Ar15 and 308 not working with??? I'm lost?

I wasn't getting nasty or anything with them. If that was how it was coming off I didn't mean it that way.

Just trying to get shit squared away.
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Some one posted about me getting pissed dealing with PSA . a few years back the sent the wrong parts and it was a challange explaining why a AR 15 parts dosent fit A AR 10. I was explaining my dealing with them and how getting a supervisor involved helped.
Sorry for the confusion.
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Was I adressing any thing to you?
So know you want to bring your BS to other threads?
How about we leave that stuff in the other thread??
I think it's safe to say we would both like to help the OP correct?



What do you care if I looked into why it's doing what it's doing?

Is discussing what may be wrong a problem for you?
Let's not turn this thread into a shit show with team 5.45 attacking every one with a different opinion .

Frankely I and maybe others would like to know what caused this.

That barrel is hard. Likely harder with it Nitriding or what ever there using than any comblock AK in that area.( assuming it is nitrided or what ever there process is called)
The DDI rifle I looked at had barely a mark on the breach face .
If the bolt is hitting it with a round chambered the head space is likely off.

The bullet guide stops most of the forward motion . It's not like it's allowed slam into the breach face at full speed.

The way it looks like at the edge of the extractor cut is like the bolt is under pressure on the barrel when it rotates in. Thats very strange considering the OP stated it new wear.

I'd want to know what's wrong before I sent it back so I could be sure it's corrected properly.
If I was in the OPs shoes I'd take up In Ranges offer
And let a Pro look at it with the gun owners best intrest at heart. If he says it needs a barrel it still can go to PSA for repair. It was damn nice if him to offer.
Sounds like a stand up guy.
I'd spend the cost of shipping to send it to In Range first for a expert first opinion.
Once at PSA you may never know what was really wrong or what was done to fix the issue.
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Some one posted about me getting pissed dealing with PSA . a few years back the sent the wrong parts and it was a challange explaining why a AR 15 parts dosent fit A AR 10. I was explaining my dealing with them and how getting a supervisor involved helped.
Sorry for the confusion.
All good I misunderstood that's all
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Ok a drive by answer/suggestion/question from me. Could it be possible the damage was done before you ever got the rifle and it was covered in paint?? I know you said the damage wasn't there the last time you cleaned it but I could see me missing it.


I'll admit I probably should be reading and not spewing but I've seen lots of metal on metal contact from using worn out equipment and would just think there would be some evidence on the bolt face of contact?

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Ok a drive by answer/suggestion/question from me. Could it be possible the damage was done before you ever got the rifle and it was covered in paint?? I know you said the damage wasn't there the last time you cleaned it but I could see me missing it.


I'll admit I probably should be reading and not spewing but I've seen lots of metal on metal contact from using worn out equipment and would just think there would be some evidence on the bolt face of contact?

Carry on,,,,,,,

the bolt is likely harder than the chamber material.
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the bolt is likely harder than the chamber material.
Yeah I looked at the photos again,,,,,, it's hitting IMO.
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