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|Former Seller: OLD RATTLER(145-0-0)||Post#11 - Posted: 04/29/2007 at 19:28:40|
|(no avatar)||Dang Yone ; You took it the wrong way.
I was bragging on you in my own way , and I would like to see you sell on this site. I meant no offense toward you . Wish you hadn't took it like that.
But if you need some of my crazy pills I can spare a few. Settle down and don't get your panties in a wad so quick . Least wise not toward me.
Oh Yea; and too , you keep up the bragging , you gonna sound like somebody else we all know.
Lives WAY UP NORTH L.O.L.
Have a great night and a better day tomorrow , I'm going to bed.
|Former Seller: Yone(281-0-1)||Post#12 - Posted: 04/29/2007 at 20:13:55|
|(no avatar)||Nynn--Certainly wasn't bragging. Just stating a fact and trying best I could to explain why I am not a seller on AA. As far as losing a dime or two don't look at me. Look at 90% of the sellers on this site that list there guns on a basic auction starting at 50.00 more than the gun is worth. Or the gutless reserve auction sellers that waste all our time. There are very few good buys on AA any more. For a buyer the good times are over. Thanks|
|Seller: AA-bob(2-0-0)||Post#13 - Posted: 04/30/2007 at 14:46:58|
|Miss.t -I believe I found the seller you are talking about. Thanks for the post.
The seller is in error. Refund does not = credit. I sent this seller a little refresher on the site's Terms and Conditions. Since we didn't discuss the seller's nickname, no harm, but would appreciate your pointing any anomalies like this out to me in an email in the future if you wouldn't mind. Wouldn't want to embarrass good sellers who may have missed something unintentionally.
|Thread Admin: miss.t(1063-0-1)||Post#14 - Posted: 04/30/2007 at 15:22:13|
|(no avatar)||HI Bob, no harm intended. I just thought maybe it was just a way to strech the rules and still be in compliance. In a round about way that is.|
|Seller: Ian Campbell(5-0-0)||Post#15 - Posted: 05/03/2007 at 13:55:03|
|(no avatar)||I do not want to beat the dog to death, but I think that I feel the same as Yone about not selling on AA. We are not as big as his store but we do not want to be forced into a policy that we disagree with. We sell items other than firearms on the site. We do not and will not give a 3 day inspection period. The person that we purchased the store from left a good record of firearms that were found to have parts switched and new Winchester's that had been cocked. We just do not need that kind of a problem. We would love to list our weapons on Auction Arms but not with a forced 3 day peek-a-boo. Give the seller as well as the buyer a choice as to who they deal with. If a seller does not offer a free look and the buyer wants a free look they can buy from another dealer but at least they both have a choice. My 2 cents worth.|
|Former Seller: Joes Custom Guns(260-1-1)||Post#16 - Posted: 05/03/2007 at 14:25:15|
|(no avatar)||Ian Campbell...I just put you on my do not buy from list,We don't need sellers that won't go by the rules
Why should a buyer buy a pig in a poke,Manny sellers try to hide something until they it
|Former Seller: Yone(281-0-1)||Post#17 - Posted: 05/03/2007 at 14:58:15|
|(no avatar)||Cyro-- I agree with you about the 3 day inspection. What bugs me are the sellers that do not test the guns they are selling. I as a buyer am not allowed to test fire the gun during that 3 day period. In other words if I test fire the gun during that inspection period and the gun will not eject or the case gets stuck in the chamber and I call the seller to tell him about it I have broken AA rules. If I wait and test it after the 3 days now the seller has me by the you no what. Even if the seller steps up and pays for the repairs it is \such a hassle. There is no way for a buyer to win this one. The seller always has the upper hand. I will say this. I have found for the most part the sellers on this site have integrety and will usually take care of a problem. I will prmise you this. If I ever do decide to sell guns here they will function flawlessly or they won't be sold. Tks|
|Seller: eastbank(22-0-0)||Post#18 - Posted: 05/03/2007 at 15:24:18|
|(no avatar)||i won a post md. 70 in 300win.mag. on a auction site and upon recieving it, i found that it would not eject a empty shell but it would extract it. after looking at the bolt, i found that the ejector was jammed back and full of small brass scrapings after taking it out and cleaning all the gunk out of it it worked fine. i just wonder how some one could not have know about that. it was jammed back solid and could not have worked for a long time. as i got it working i never said any thing about it,and gave a pos. but didn,t put any A +++ to it. eastbank.|
|Seller: axolotl(129-0-0)||Post#19 - Posted: 05/03/2007 at 15:34:54|
|Cyro and Yone; I agree whole heartedly about not being able to test fire a firearm within the three day inspection. Guns are made to shoot. If shooting them with factory ammo hurts the gun then it was defective and of course i want a refund. I know some people are paranoid about having an overloaded reload destroy the gun while they still own it. But i am just as paranoid about them not standing behind a defective firearm after the three day inspection is over. This is a real sore subject with me. I have no problem with someone checking a non-collecter used firearm that they bought from me. As a matter of fact i warranty all noncollecter used firearms i sell in my store for 30 days. axolotl|
|Seller: tomon(40-0-0)||Post#20 - Posted: 05/03/2007 at 15:41:41|
|Ian Campbell....Do you know of any way to look down the bore of a bolt or lever action gun if the bolt is installed and closed? In order to check barrel, you need to open the bolt, which cocks it. Just a thought.|