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Brownells

Postby Swamp Gas » Wed Sep 25, 2013 4:09 pm

I ordered a bunch of parts from them last Wednesday. The package came Friday morning. Upon examining my order I learned there was one part missing. No big deal. I called and they shipped the missing item with no questions. It came today.

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Just wonder why an 11-87 extractor couldn't fit in an envelope.
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Re: Brownells

Postby d_money » Wed Sep 25, 2013 5:13 pm

They give u a huge box for all 1187 parts it's for when u cut it up from malfunctioning all the time. Idk about yours but my 1187 has been problems from the start. Brownells has been great in my experiance tho.
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Re: Brownells

Postby Swamp Gas » Wed Sep 25, 2013 5:53 pm

Excellent service.

lol on the big box. I have three. Two are older 12's. I bought the oldest in the late 80's. One is a 20. I No issues.

They are not my primary duck guns anymore but they do get used from time to time. I've always had a policy to never get rid of a gun unless it doesn't work and can't get fixed.
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Re: Brownells

Postby BBK » Wed Sep 25, 2013 8:49 pm

Nothing but greatness from my 1187 premier and 1187 super mag. Not a single problem except a cracked firing pin on the premier after 15 years of use.
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