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I just picked up a browning A5 in the max five camo and the stocks are sticky, its not really bad yet. Does anyone have any experience sending the gun back to browning for repair? I’m wondering if it is worth it or not.
 

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I personally have had good turnaround time with Browning. However i seem to be the anomaly. I’ve had two brownings that went back over the years . One was fixed perfectly, I don’t think they did anything on the other, (I actually think the latter was a design flaw that didn’t effect operation.)

A friend sent his 725 in for a cracked stock and got it back in about 3 weeks .

You might have higher chance of success finding an authorized browning repair shop .

Might want to call them and talk to a gunsmith. They might be able to walk you through it if it’s a common issue with a simple fix.
 
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