Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by yeet, Apr 12, 2021.
Anybody have experience with SARCO?
I remember filling out an order form and mailing it, along with a check and then waiting 6-8 weeks with NO idea when my stuff was gonna show up.
The Amazon effect hits me sometimes, too, and I forget about those mail-order days.
So far I’ve only been stiffed once, but that was on a toolbox that wasn’t ever shipped by a slick scammer and I got my $$ back.
Hopefully Sarco comes through soon for the OP.
Once it comes in let us know your impressions of the gun you bought and how it shoots for you.
i bought a spring kit that was advertised as in-stock, ready to ship. Took about two weeks to ship. This was over the summer.
BTW, the same applies to Numrich (Gun Parts Corporation).
Likewise, they will (or at least used to) entertain calls to find stuff not cataloged. Need an obscure part, call them up, they will send someone to look for it in the bin of parts for that gun, eventually. Maybe they call to say they have it and get a card number three weeks later.
Agree, randomly slow (sometimes I get stuff 2 days later, sometimes 4 weeks) but it always arrives.
I also agree that it's one of those that's best to pretend it's 1974. Pretend you found an ad in the back of a magazine, tore it out, wrote on it in ballpoint pen, added a check and then months later a box arrives.
This has been my pre-pandemic experience with both companies as well. Place your order. They'll get it off eventually. Never had to wait more than a month, but usually two weeks or more, before they actually shipped it.
I will note that there was no additional delay with orders containing FFL items, and the split orders arrived at my house and my local gun shop without problems.
Well see, anything under a month is gravy.
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