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Old 06-11-2018, 09:21 PM
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I was just curious for those who sent their revolvers back to S&W to get refurbished/reblued, how long did it take from when they received your pistol to when it arrived back at your doorstep?

I sent my model 10-8 back to S&W to get reblued back on March 14th, Got the quote in the mail May 7th & paid it over the phone with customer service. Here we are in the first half of June. I contacted customer service & it's still in the shop.

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Depends on how busy they are at the time.

I have sent in two revolvers for a combat revolver package.

The first one took almost a year and the second one was like 3 months.
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The first one took almost a year and the second one was like 3 months.
I sent in my M&P 9mm for the M&P action package and it took 3 months and also sent in my Victory 22 for warranty repair. That also took close to 3 months....

I'm feeling optimistic as my model 10 I sent in is getting close to that magic third month.
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Myself, I send mine to Ford’s for a “Master Blue” finish. Beautiful.

If S&W did their old blue, it would go there. But sadly they do not.

I hope it comes back to your liking. If not, check out Ford’s web page.
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It took from March to May to get the quote. I'd allow more time to do the work.
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