- Oct 30, 2004
But they did it. Should not have taken that long but they did it.
salmonchaser":7qb93k6f said:Bumped into a guy at my local gun store Tuesday, sales guy from Nosler. He said Nosler is running double shifts in most areas and looking to do more. Raw material is not an issue for them it’s mechanically inclined labor force they are short on to run the machinery. They could use more machinists to be sure but these are more entry level jobs in the trade. Nobody wants to work apparently.
I asked him about Paul’s rifle. He swore. Apparently everybody knows, said he hadn’t ever seen (mentioned a name I didn’t catch) so mad. Apparently this was mishandle from the start, those down the chain thought they could avoid falling on their sword kinda thing.
Didn’t really quiz him because it was clear he didn’t have first hand knowledge, now I read where the rifle is in the mail.
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England":1bw8zrl4 said:This has been quite the nightmare for you, but at least it's being dealt with and you will soon have a working rifle back in your hands, fingers crossed!
But can someone clarify, who owns this site?
Nosler missed a trick by not posting on here at an early stage, now it's gone beyond that point hasn't it?
JD338":1p5y2wd5 said:Looks pretty nice Paul. Did you get the ammunition too?
Have you tried GunBroker?Ridgerunner665":2hfkjmdq said:As a truck driver that's been dealing with this weather across TX, OK, AR, IL, and IN for about 2 weeks now... all I can say is man we're trying to get stuff delivered, but the hits just keep coming.
Currently finding fuel is a problem.
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