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Missing Federal Ammo

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by TH3180, Sep 30, 2010.

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  1. TH3180

    TH3180 Member

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    I bought some Federal ammo a few weeks ago and when I got to the range some was missing. When I got home I look at the rest of the boxes and even more was missing. I emailed Federal to let them know something was going on. Here is my email to them late last night.


    I was expecting a few days before I heard back from them. I was wrong, today at 11:45am I got an email back. Here is what it said.

    Talk about speedy service and taking care of the customer. It's sucks that I got a bunch of boxes missing ammo. It's awesome that they made things right. I just thought I would share, Federal is a top notch company.
     
  2. Brian040

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    Same thing happened to me a while back with Winchester white box ammo. The styrofoam cartridge holder inside the box was deformed which must have prevented the ammo from loading it in in the factory. I, like you, e-mailed them and they called me in a few days. They ended up mailing me a $20 gift certificate for Winchester ammo. Unfortunately the certificate had an expiration date, and this was during the ammo scare and i couldn't find any Winchester ammo in a caliber I use in time :banghead:
     
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    im glad they are taking care of you & its good to see a company that stands by its products.
     
  4. Carter

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    I had a round missing out of some winchester pdx. Noticed it in the parking lot when I started loading up. The gun shop was kind enough to give me the last round out their own personal stash.
     
  5. Manco

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    Looks like some shady individuals pilfered a few rounds while nobody else was looking. :rolleyes: That's probably why the missing rounds are always on one side, usually the left (that's the side I usually open, too--I must think like a criminal! :uhoh:;)). Crooks have to get their ammo from somewhere, and it's not like they're going to PAY for it! Oddly, it wouldn't have been that hard for them to have stuck one of those little 20-round PDX1 boxes into their pants. Maybe some of them do just that.
     
  6. TH3180

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    Where I bought the ammo they opened a new case while I was standing there. So it happened before it got to the store.
     
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