Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by strat81, Oct 22, 2007.
I also subscribe and had the same frustration. However, I have found that you can use a search engine and type in " Sig225, gun-tests" and the article may come up. If you go to their site, you'll certainly have to pay.
You don't throw your old ones away, do you? Gotcha with a double tap, didn't they?
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What a bunch of clueless jerks!
edited to add: Alan Fud, I see that I joined here just a day after you and have about the same number of posts as you. Interesting.
I have enough gun "crap" (as the wife calls it) all over the house. If I added piles of old magazines, I'd be in the dog house for sure.
I think that's what I'll do.
I've been a print subscriber for over 10 years (non-stop since late 1996). You'd think they would provide good customer service to long-time customers, but so far I have NEVER been helped in getting my online login--they've NEVER returned a single email I sent.
I will still remain a subscriber because I like their print work, but I do hold a grudge against their customer service.
Oh, and I typically scan my issues and save them in PDF format so that I can keep the print issues in the attick and access them via my computer (10 years worth of print takes up 10 binders and lots of space). Those of you just throwing issues away probably would be better served making electronic copies first (pdfs).
My subscription was canceled the next day after I read that!!
They know why. I informed them of the "difficulty" that I was having and asked them to "correct" it saying that I would not be sending them any future monies (i.e., renewing my subscription) until the matter was resolved. E-mailed them twice and never heard back. Also sent in a paper reply when they sent me a renewal.
Again, never heard back except for another form letter asking me to renew.
If they can't be bothered to reply to a longtime subscriber, than I don't have the time to be one of their readers.
Writers that don't know guns...
Testers that don't know guns...
Editors that don't know guns...
A bunch of Morons!!!!
I discontined it years ago.....
I find a copy of it, and laugh at their reviews!!!
I let my subscription laspe
because of funds, I really like the magazine.
I have every issue I paid for.
I found their customer service to be excellent!?
Oh, and the NRA has never bugged me for money after becoming a life member.
I guess I must be a rarity here on thr
Well gee, were you a subscriber when the article came out? If so, then you should have saved the issue. If not, do you really think that your subscription to this year should get you all the information for all the previous years that you didn't pay for?
In other words, it is silly to be upset with Gun Tests because you didn't get immediate gratis access to something you didn't pay for in the first place.
...all those years my father had a subscription.
So I was so ticked off that I went out and bought a 22/45 Hunter version, and I really like it. (I'd thought about it in the past, it was just that this was the straw that broke the camel's back).
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