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    bushwear catalogue

    new bushwear catalogue hit the mat this morning and I do enjoy reading it but dear me the prices on some of the gear is a bit eye watering

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    i am fairly sure they have a price matching system,i have said i have seen cheaper else where and they have matched it

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    Quote Originally Posted by accurate View Post
    a bit eye watering
    Indeed

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    Uttings always seem much cheaper and I've never been let down by them.

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    just got my brother in law one of the yank-style t-shirts "I spent most of my money on guns and beer, the rest I just wasted"..he loved it :-) they're tacky, but funny.

    in general, bushwear is expensive, yes, but they have good choice and all their stuff IMHO is in stock, which means you order something, and it WILL (normally) arrive a day or two later...that means of course, stock, warehousing, etc. which pushes prices up. if you're happy to place an order and wait 4 weeks for it to arrive to save a few quid, then that's fine too of course.

    the only negative thing I have to say about bushwear is the standardised shipping fees. you buy a button, it's 5!

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    the 20% vat is the killer!!

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    Ive been using bushwear of and on for a few years now, and must say I also think the prices are a wee bit steep. Ive just got a Leupold VXR from uttings at a terrific price and 0% interest. I use Bushwear for my reloading components as they have it on the shelf, if not they will get it in for me asap.


    Nutty

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    Quote Originally Posted by PKL View Post
    just got my brother in law one of the yank-style t-shirts "I spent most of my money on guns and beer, the rest I just wasted"..he loved it :-) they're tacky, but funny.

    in general, bushwear is expensive, yes, but they have good choice and all their stuff IMHO is in stock, which means you order something, and it WILL (normally) arrive a day or two later...that means of course, stock, warehousing, etc. which pushes prices up. if you're happy to place an order and wait 4 weeks for it to arrive to save a few quid, then that's fine too of course.

    the only negative thing I have to say about bushwear is the standardised shipping fees. you buy a button, it's 5!

    Uttings must have a warehouse too EVERYTHING you order is on next day delivery !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acm View Post
    Uttings must have a warehouse too EVERYTHING you order is on next day delivery !
    never ordered from them, but if that's the case, then it's very good (esp. if the prices are generally lower too)...they may, of course, not have a store front which means they can operate out of a.....wait for it....cheapo-depot!

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