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MY MISTAKE!!!!!

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by joe90t, Nov 12, 2011.

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  1. joe90t

    joe90t Active Member

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    Looked the gun over VERY carefully and was impressed. I had a friend bring me a "NICE" trap gun that he wanted me to sell. I took the gun out, shot it, and boy it worked great.

    I SOLD the GUN to a "super" nice man who really likes the gun.

    Deal was made and the gentleman took the gun home. Later, he called me and advised there was a "recoil reducer" in the stock. All is well, except it appears some "DIPSTICK" glued the "reducer" in the STOCK! No problem, as he was sending the gun to Phillip Crenwedge to have a release trigger installed.

    I called Phillip and he advised that he could remove the "reducer". Ok, now my point! I will NEVER sell another gun without taking the stock OFF and checking what's in THERE.!

    Thank goodness the gentleman understood and was not upset with my ignorance!

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    I sent a 3200 away to be worked on and they failed to put back my reducer , causing some un-necesary traveling back and forth not to mention the thought that I was trying to get one for free - which I wasn`t .
     
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    caveat emptor.

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    Sent a TM1 to a reliable known gunsmith to have an adjustable-comb put on it.

    He discovered a glued-in recoil reducer in the stock which he couldn't remove without damaging the stock.

    Many good folks had examined the TM1 before it was sent off and none of us had "discovered" the recoil reducer.

    I kept the original stock "as is" and bought an inexpensive used TM1 stock which already had a suitable adjustable-comb on it to experiment with.

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