S&W used to be sticky in regards to the warrenty cards.
If you purchased this thing used, you may have an issue there, otherwise I would send it in.
I purchased several of these when they were offering some decent promotions several years back.
I still receive incentive junk mail from them to this day.
I had a couple of unsatisfied customers.
One wanted a Ruger Match pistol and purchased a 22A instead despite having been told that the pistol was not capable of performing to the match level and was more of a plinker.
One received a defective pistol.
It was promptly repaired and they were never really pleased with it, but accepted it as it was.
These are good economy semi-auto 22 pistols.
They are not (out of the box) accurate enough to compete with if you are a serious competitor.
These are great if you want to go trapping or if you need a weasel popper, but if you think a red dot is going to make it into a Ruger MkII or MkIII target pistol, you will be disappointing.
I have an older Iver Johnson Colt Woodsman copy that was more accurate in practice than my personal 22A.
I sold my 22A to a friend who wanted it to kill rats and snakes on his farm in the northern lower and he is very pleased with it.
I threw in my spare magazines and a good holster.
I kept the Smith and Wesson shooting bag.
It was good.
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