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Location: Huntin' In Colorado
Joined: 05/10/2006
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Bad Experience!!!

I'm not going to get into all the details, unless someone makes me , but I will never take another weapon to Gander Mountain for gunsmithing. Gander Mountain was one of my favorite stores to shop at until just a few days ago. I'm 47 years old, and I received the worst customer service I've ever received from any place that I've done business with. I hope all of the Gander Mountains are not as bad as the one in Aurora,Colorado. It makes me sad to loose one of my favorite stores, but thank God for the new Bass Pro Shop they just put in!!!

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Location: Huntin' In Colorado
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I took my rem 700 300 ultra mag in to have a muzzle break put on it. They told me it would take about three weeks. Two and a half months later they told me to come and pick it up the next day. The next day they called and said they had ruined the barrel and it would be an inch shorter or they would have to send it off and it woud take another two to three months to get it back, and they could not promise me it would be here by elk season. I called and tried to talk to the asst manager to figure something else out. He talked to me like I was trying to get a free ride or something. He made me so mad the way he spoke to me on the phone. I went down to the store the next morning and made them refund my money and told them they could keep the gun. The next day the gunsmith calls me and tells me that the gun is fine and it really was never ruined, they had just sent him the wrong part. I'm suppose to pick the gun up next week. I really don't know if I'll ever trust the gun again. What really chaps my hide is the way the asst manager talked down to me and treated me like I had done something wrong when it was them that had ruined my gun. The gunsmith was always nice and has apologized numerous times. I never received a call from the store manager even though I know he knows what happened. You just can't keep someones property for a half a year, and if you ruin their property you should replace it. That gun only had about a box of shells shot through it and had killed my biggest bull and my first mule deer last year.

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Location: Kentucky/ Colorado
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Bad Experience!!!

LUCKY DOG, Sorry to hear about your experience. Did they show you your gun?

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Bad Experience!!!

Sounds like a circus....

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Location: Colorado
Joined: 11/09/2005
Posts: 166
Bad Experience!!!

Geez, man! You posted this in almost every forum on this board! I'm sorry you had a bad experience, but cross-posting like this is considered bad form. Pick one forum to post in, post your message, and let it go for God's sake!

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Location: Huntin' In Colorado
Joined: 05/10/2006
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Bad Experience!!!

I know I got carried away, but I was pissed, sorry.

The manager from Gander Mountain just called me and is going to replace my gun with a new muzzle brake. He was as nice as he could be on the phone. I just wish that I would never have dealt with their asst. manager, none of the bad feelings would be there. The store manager came across as sincere.

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