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Brigade Gun Leather

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by usmccpl, Apr 1, 2007.

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  1. usmccpl

    usmccpl Member

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    Has anyone gotten a holster from these folks. 4 months ago I placed an order for one from them. It was supposed to be here for Christmas. I still dont have it.Their customer service sucks(they dont answer their phones or return calls and emails)Im just wondering if Im the only one they have done this to.
     
  2. scalhoun

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    Seems to be a common theme among custom leather holster makers...
     
  3. K-Man

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    scalhoun:

    Actually it's not. While there always seem to be the same ones that jerk the customer around, the vast majority of us bust our tail - both in making the best holster we can and getting it out to you on time.

    What a customer should do is take the time to do a little indepth research on the holster maker they're interested in. Query members of the gun forums they visit, do a google search on the holster maker, check out their business practices, i.e., are they properly licensed, do they collect appropriate sales tax (for an in-state sale). A lot of this information is available on line, and if you're still not sure, pick up the phone and call the appropriate office/agency. It only takes a minute. You might be surprised at what you find, or more appropriately, don't find, especially with the small one/two person shops.... And I suspect that what you find sometimes would cause you to reconsider your interest and turn your attention to someone different.

    So please don't throw us all into the same category. A great number of us have the sense and integrity to run a business the way it should be.
     
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  4. usmccpl

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    Today they said it will be 5 more weeks before they can start it. So I will be looking at 5-6 months for a three week job.
     
  5. mcole

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    i ordered one from them in late october 2006; received in early january 2007.
    good holster and not too pricey. mcole
     
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