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Thanks Doug Braker

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  1. seaone

    seaone TS Member

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    Mr. Braker,

    I suppose I could send you a "thank you" note, and I'd still feel complimentary. However, I think the real test of a job well done is publicly saying so. So with that in mind, I want to thank you for going beyond the norm. I sent you one of my very prized possessions for upgrade work and you absolutely delighted me in your repair. I think I just bought a brand new gun!
    Your work is suberb. Gentlemen, if your 90T need work, this guy is a prince. Thanks again Doug, the balance for shipping is in the mail.

    If anyone wants a more complete reference, please email me at above address.

    Ken Flanagan
     
  2. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    he is known to be the best 90 T guy there is.
     
  3. grunt

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    Got my 90T back from Doug and Im very pleased. Dave Bishop
     
  4. Trap2

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    Doug is not only a great 90T guy, he is a great Perazzi gunsmith as well. His locking block replacement job on my DB-81 combo is superb! His workmanship, his pricing, and his turnaround time is excellent. My Perazzi goes to Doug if it ever needs anything..... Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
  5. grunt

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    I know this drum has been beaten before, But whats the right way to close a 90T?. There was a thread on this dammed if I can find it. Thanks Dave
     
  6. vvosen

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    I've gotta put my 2 cents here. I just picked up a 90T and had some questions about it. I called Doug and he is the epitome of customer service. He knows the 90T and is willing to take the time required to help you with any question or problem you may have. He is the man.

    Vic
     
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