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    border barrel issues

    Has anyone had any customer service issues with border barrels. Im having one at minute

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    None whatsoever!
    Perhaps you would like to give us more details on your grievance.

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    thanks gents for private messages youve sent

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    I can only suggest you speak directly to Lee or Geoff and air your thoughts with them.


    Ive had nothing but 100% service from them in the past and any issues I have had have been dealt with promptly.

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    Border are exceptional regarding customer service.

    If you follow Redmist's suggestion you will not have an issue.

    They go above and beyond in my experience.

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    My mate had a rifle built by them and was promised a timescale for delivery which ran over by months , no apology or replies to e-mails , customer service was atrocious needless to say when rifle finally arrived it wouldn't group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foxhunter View Post
    My mate had a rifle built by them and was promised a timescale for delivery which ran over by months , no apology or replies to e-mails , customer service was atrocious needless to say when rifle finally arrived it wouldn't group.
    I don't recognise this description.

    I've three border-barreled rifles (a .223 a 6.5 and a .30) and they all shoot phenomenally well. Then again, I'm not the kind of person who treats the process of dealing with craftsmen like it was a trip to Ikea.

    As to the problem you have with grouping, has "your mate" let an experienced and competent re-loader give the rifle a bit of time and effort?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamus View Post
    I don't recognise this description.

    I've three border-barreled rifles (a .223 a 6.5 and a .30) and they all shoot phenomenally well. Then again, I'm not the kind of person who treats the process of dealing with craftsmen like it was a trip to Ikea.

    As to the problem you have with grouping, has "your mate" let an experienced and competent re-loader give the rifle a bit of time and effort?
    Have to agree wholeheartedly with the above, & yes I do own Border products.
    (The Unspeakable In Pursuit Of The Uneatable.) " If I can help, I will help!." Former S.A.C.S. member!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamus View Post
    I don't recognise this description.

    I've three border-barreled rifles (a .223 a 6.5 and a .30) and they all shoot phenomenally well. Then again, I'm not the kind of person who treats the process of dealing with craftsmen like it was a trip to Ikea.

    As to the problem you have with grouping, has "your mate" let an experienced and competent re-loader give the rifle a bit of time and effort?
    He is a very experienced and competent re-loader and has exceptional rifle skills , usually a 3 shot group centre bull all in the same hole............

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