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Trouble with River Valley Ordnance?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Chris Rhines, Apr 21, 2007.

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  1. Chris Rhines

    Chris Rhines Member

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    About six weeks ago, I sent a large box of .223 LC brass to River Valley Ordnance, for them to resize, trim, and process.

    http://www.rvow.com/customer cases.htm

    Since then, I've sent emails and tried to call them numerous times. The number on their website goes directly to a full voicemail box, and all my emails have gone unresponded. Needless to say, I'm a little concerned. Has anyone dealt with River Valley Ordnance lately, or have another way to get in touch with them?

    Thanks,
    Chris
     
  2. layusn1

    layusn1 Member

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    Geeze, thats a lot of money to process 2000 casaes.
     
  3. Chris Rhines

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    Layusn1, if you know of another outfit that will process my brass for less, I'd very much like to know about it. Needless to say, I don't have much faith in RVO at this point. But I still have all this unprocessed .223 brass...

    - Chris
     
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    Ever since Tom died, RVO has been hard to get a hold of. I think the web site is not current. People have gotten their brass done and things, but it just takes time!.
     
  5. 50 Shooter

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    Tom's wife is running the show and from what I've heard she's doing her best to keep RVOW open. You'll get your stuff but you're going to have to have a little patience.:)
     
  6. Chris Rhines

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    Ahh... Hadn't heard about Tom. Okay. Thanks for the word, at least now I know what's going on.

    - Chris
     
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    I ordered some M855 for my AR a couple of weeks ago and haven't heard or seen anything yet. I also can't get an answer to my e-mails. I do get the feeling that they are honest though because they haven't charged my card yet. It sounds like it will just take some time and when they show up at the door it will be a nice surprise.
    Rusty
     
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