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can i get my money back

Discussion in 'Shoot Information, EVENTS, Clinics & Results' started by sporting20gauge, Sep 21, 2012.

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  1. sporting20gauge

    sporting20gauge Banned User Banned

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    If i went to a custom stock maker and found a complete set stock and forearm really like the wood and how it fit me. He fitted it to my reciver and forearm. got to shoot it. It shot and hit great. no problems went to another state and shot it cant hit any thing. Do you think I can get a full refund back and my old wood been about 3 days later. What do you think. This is facts. its now been about a week. he says the sale was final. the stock maker said he will try to make any stock adjustments or trouble shoot.but no refund
     
  2. gunut54

    gunut54 TS Member

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    maybe you just cant shoot??
     
  3. g7777777

    g7777777 TS Supporters TS Supporters

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    You are BSing right?
     
  4. Shawn

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    I wouldn't think you could get your money back. Was there any talk of a trial period when you purchased the stock and had it fitted to your gun?

    I think it is good he has offered to help you adjust the stock to you.
    That might be worth a try.

    PS If you are just trolling, that was a good cast.

    Shawn
     
  5. sporting20gauge

    sporting20gauge Banned User Banned

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    what do you think?, im wrong if so how????
     
  6. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    Let the man fix you..you haven't shot near enough to get usedc to the new wood,..but think you should have kept your old wood till you knew all was well and then sold the set that you shot worse...I wouldnt expect a refund for a custom set fitted...give it a chance
     
  7. yakimaman

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    I have to second GN7777777 on this!
     
  8. Ahab

    Ahab Well-Known Member

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    Do you have your house painted with custom colors, then decide that you don't like it and ask for your money back?

    Do you go to a tailor and have a suit made, then decide that you don't like it and ask for your money back?

    Do you have a sign painted for your business, then decide that you don't like it and ask for your money back?

    Once the word "Custom" appears ... it means that you bought it and NO REFUNDS!

    Just be glad that he has offered to make adjustments to it!
     
  9. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    You own it. Be happy the stock fitter will work with you to make it work, esp since the stock wasn't custom fit to you. Since the stock was fit to your gun, there is no guarantee that it will fit any other gun without significant work. In a custom situation, it is the buyer's responsibility to ensure he's satisfied before $ changes hands.

    I echo what Ahab says.
     
  10. hmb

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    When you shot it the second time did you check on the Moon's orbit at that time. The gravitational pull at that time amd place could have caused the adverse effect on your guns performance. HMB
     
  11. Uncle Screech

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    Oh for sure you should get your money back and then some too. And if you do I'd still get a cheap lawyer and sue for pain and anguish. I believe the law firm of Duey, Cheetam and Howe will take your case for a small fee. And if the judge tries to tell you to get out of his courtroom DO NOT LISTEN! How can you take anything anyone who wears a robe (formal black or otherwise) seriously? Don't stop until the screaming stops. Sheesh...
     
  12. tanda1

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    Perhaps your new stock doesn't like the state you took it to. Maybe try shooting in another state.

    BTW: If you bought the stock in Ohio don't even think of trying to shoot it in Illinois.
     
  13. SirMissalott

    SirMissalott Active Member

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    Shoot in the first state, then get a 2nd state gun. With any luck you can sell the little lady on the theory and you can end up with 50 guns. Why didn't I think of that?
     
  14. dmarbell

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    Go back to the other state where you shot it well.

    Danny
     
  15. BIGDON

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    Put the gun up as you are to dumb to be handling a firearm.

    Don

    You get a thread DA award.
     
  16. mad_dawg

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    Is it an O/U? Maybe it's an U/O...turn it over and try again, preferably in another state.
     
  17. BigM-Perazzi

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    ROFLMAO....
     
  18. likes-to-shoot

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    Asking for your money back after services rendered.....ask a Hooker and see how that works out for ya. No different than the business transaction with the stock.
     
  19. YOTESLAYER

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    I would just get the stock fitted properly, he is willing to work with you on it. This seems more like a case of buyers remorse, then a stock you dont like.....
     
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    After reading this, I will no longer feel stupid about asking any questions on this site.
     
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