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About

Warranty

  Grit Weapons was created in 2017 by Matt Sandy, a US Army 2nd Ranger Battalion veteran
who served numerous tours in Afghanistan. He has been fascinated with weapons of all types since he was a child, but was too often disappointed by their poor performance. His desire to find products that he could truly trust his life with is what drove him to create Grit Weapons.
  These are products that you can trust to get you through the worst situations life can throw at you, as well as the mundane. Grit Weapons stands behind its products 100%. Our goal is to produce products that can withstand anything our customers might throw at them at a price that encourages their full and fearless use.

Grit Weapons have a Lifetime Warranty.

  Every handcrafted product by Grit Weapons is warranted against defects in material and
workmanship. If our products fail you in any way, other than through deliberately destructive
testing or similar abuse, we will fix or replace them.

 

  All warranty claims will be evaluated on a case by case basis and will be repaired or replaced at
the discretion of Grit Weapons.

  Grit Weapons does not warrant against abuse or deliberately destructive testing.  If you don't care enough to take care of the weapon, we don't care enough to replace/fix it.

  The testing shown in Grit Weapons videos is not an example of the recommended or intended use of our products. They are examples of what our products are capable of doing under the most extreme conditions or situations so you can have confidence in you're purchase.    

 

  Grit Weapons will not be held liable for any injury, loss of life or damage to property due to the use or misuse of any of our products.

Grit Weapons shall in no event be liable for any incidental or consequential damages. 

 

Please be careful and use common sense when using my products. 

 

​Wear on the finish from use and/or contact with the sheath, is normal. 
Scuffs, marks or small scratches on the finish of a blade may occur when making and fitting a sheath, this is also considered normal. 

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