Safir T-14 English Language Forum

Steve Johnson
by Steve Johnson

Kamil Arikut, who works at Safir Arms, makers of the .410 AR-15 shotgun, posted a comment on the blog saying that a english language forum has been created for American users of the Safir T-14 so that they can get in touch with their Turkish counterparts. If you have questions about the gun, they probably know more about it than anyone in the USA.

Steve Johnson
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  • Tim Tim on Sep 14, 2012

    Well, he was on the list of 5 email addresses I have been emailing everyday for the past week. They also get a daily message at the phone number. I am afraid I will have to send a formal request via snail mail with a return reciept in orde to get their attention. I will give them a few more days and then elevate to the next level. I hate to say it but I am one of those guys who never gives up.

  • Tim Tim on Oct 20, 2012

    Well, I guess it is time to post again. I finally recieved a reply from SAFIR asking me to wait until the 10th of October when their Respresentative would be back in his office in NJ. Well I waited and attempted to contact him last week with a couple of emails. Still no reply. I contacted the number for SAFIR and recieved a disconnected message. Guess SAFIR is history and they have no intention of honring the warranty.

    • Jim Jim on Oct 20, 2012

      @Tim I have not heard back from them either. Sent an email a few days ago and just tried the number - you are correct - it has been disconnected. However, it did say temporarily disconnected. I just sent another email to Emre and Export Sales that I want my T-14 and mags returned. Will let you know what happens. Kind of wish I had never sent mine in. At least you still have yours.