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More Eye Candy By Phil and Nate Simms

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Riceman, Mar 16, 2011.

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  1. Riceman

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    Just got my new stock from Phil Simms in Colorado,He sure does wonderful work!
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  2. RAScott

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    Beautiful work. Good luck with it. Bob S
     
  3. white rattler

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    Great looking piece of wood. Trevor Dawe
     
  4. RickN

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    Riceman, how long was the delivery time?
     
  5. Riceman

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    I ordered it back in November but changed my mind in the wood so thnat delayed it. I would say 30-40 days to get one but best contact them. They will be at Southern Grand and Florida state shoots. Phone 970/523-9566
     
  6. scratcher

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    RickN:

    I have a friend from WI. whom ordered a stock in Mid-November and was promised delivery in time for the Spring Grand (Feb). He is still waiting...It seems that a 30-40 day wait is highly unlikely....
     
  7. xringjim

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    About 10 weeks for mine to get done. Phil does have a life guys. Be patient and you'll get a very nice piece of wood. I was very happy with his work. Jim Price
     
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