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Mailed my new G26 registration early last week to Georgia....as of today have heard nothing.

Is that normal...or do they acknowledge receipt by email?

Just curious...this is my first (but not last) Glock.

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I own several, never registered any. Never felt I had a need as long as I had the receipt. Don't like marketing mailing lists

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And you show you are NRA Life Member.......Interesting indeed.........
That marketing junk can be turned off, if one is direct and persistent about it. The two (NRA membership and hatred of marketing gunk) can coexist. It's not all that interesting. Just a step most folks don't push hard to correct.
 

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I have never felt the need to register any of my firearms with the manufacturers. I too keep my receipts, and I've never had any problems getting warranty work done.
 

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Notice how one of the questions on that warranty registration card only has a yes answer?
The facetious part of me just can't leave it that way. :image035:
 

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What's a warranty registration card?
 

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No, they typically don't acknowledge receipt of registration. Questions I don't care to answer don't get answered, they don't get email addresses, and they don't get phone numbers. They need to contact me, the USPS will handle it (hopefully).
 

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I have sent tons of them in over the years and have not received a single thing as far as acknowledgement goes.
 
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There are times I'll send the warranty registration in if I think of it. I've never been bothered by any advertising or notices of "special sales" by mail, e mail or telephone.
 

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Bought many many guns and have never sent in a warranty card, which IMO is nothing more than a means to gather your personal info and buying practices. I guess I have been very fortunate, three guns in 60 years, were returned to the manufacturer, one on recall, and two for FTF problems. I no longer purchase the brands that had firing problem, mostly because of their terrible customer service.
 

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I don't send the cards in. There's already info out there about the purchase I don't want anymore out there than necessary.
 

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I have sent tons of them in over the years and have not received a single thing as far as acknowledgement goes.
Ditto! :image089: :spam: :tinhat2:
 
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