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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

The Sportsman’s Guide

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It has been a quite a while since I made a purchase from The Sportsman’s Guide. If I recall correctly, buying from them was always a positive experience. Their site looks better than ever as a source for bulk ammo and other items.

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7 comments:

Arthur B. Burnett said...

Greetings from Texas,
I agree, even my wife likes Sportsman's Guide. I've never regreted anything I got from them.

Jason said...

I like 'em too. Zack - was it 10 mm or 38 Super ammo you were on the search for? I found a pretty good selection of 38 Super at a new-to-me store out here - let me know if you want the store info.

James A. Zachary Jr. said...

Hey there Art and Jason. Yeah, like you, I have quite a collection of stuff purchased from them over the years; they have lots of goodies available.

Jason, I think I am rafted up pretty well on .38 Super for the time being. The availability comes and goes, but the prices have been very reasonable from most vendors. Thanks for keeping me in mind.

Best to you both!

Zack

James A. Zachary Jr. said...

Hey Jason! I just noticed that your comment was number 1,000 for this site! Thanks man!

Ruth said...

add another positive experience with them from this corner too! We bought a small log splitter from them, when we got it, the box was fine, but the pieces were loose in the box. Didn't think much of it till a couple weeks later the hydralic pump failed. They replaced it no charge, covered the return shipping and all!

James A. Zachary Jr. said...

Ruth, that's pretty cool; most other outfits would have just referred you back to manufacturer.

Ruth said...

I was very impresssed! I expected to be told to contact the manufacturer, I've worked lots of retail and that is the standard response, but nope, no questions no problems. I explained what I thought had happened (the release pedal for the hydrolic pump got bent when it came loose in the box during shipping, as a result it stopped holding pressure) the rep said she'd mark it as "hidden damage" and emailed me the return label. Had the new one two weeks after I shipped out the old one.