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Precision Bullets Customer Service

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by robctwo, Jun 2, 2006.

  1. robctwo

    robctwo Well-Known Member

    Just got in 1,000 .45 SWC from Precision Bullets. The unusual thing about them is that they are free.

    I ordered 1,000 .45 230 gr RNFP, 1,000 9mm 125 gr FP and 1,000 .45 200 gf SWC.

    I got a confirmation of the order, and was told that the 200 gr were back ordered due to an equipment breakdown. My other bullets arrived and were good.

    Some time later I received another 1,000 of the 9mm and an invoice charging the credit card for the 9mm at the correct price. I contacted Dave and told him that I was happy with the 9mm, and did not want to return them, but I really wanted the .45 SWC. He apologized for the foul up.

    Later he contacted me and told me that the swc would be shipped and no charge. I told him not to bother with the free stuff, I had no problem with the extra 9mm and it wasn't a problem.

    He sent them no charge any way. He has a customer. Here's as much free advertising as I can provide.
  2. callgood

    callgood Well-Known Member

    He could sell more (i.e., to ME) if he would add .38/.357 to his product line.:D
  3. rchernandez

    rchernandez Well-Known Member

    How about posting Precision's contact information? Website address?

  4. robctwo

    robctwo Well-Known Member

  5. Quinch

    Quinch Well-Known Member

    That was very nice of them!
    I'll have to check them out.
  6. robctwo

    robctwo Well-Known Member

    I have loaded the SWC up. They were very nice to load. The black covering makes them slick and they put no pressure on the dies. No sticking like some of the other leads bullets. No lube ring. Felt a lot like plated in the press.

    Now to get to the range and see how they shoot!

    I switched out the press to 9mm and got going on some of the Precision 125 gr FP. Same feeling on the loading.

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