Well I got off the phone today with my local construction company. For $1500 they will come and pour me a 3D target of a buck in my back yard. Solid concrete! Hopefully that'll stop em! Now, what do I use for an arrow puller?
Jake, as much as I would love to hear that you confronted the guy, you'll have to ask yourself if it's worth it. Your in retail now and if you embrass a customer, (say by challenging a BS story), he'll probably never come back. His story should reek of BS to anyone with experience who hears it. But by all means, come on and share some of the stories you hear so we can all have a good laugh! I'm sure you're going to hear more!
They use the same riser if memory serves me correctly. For the 2011 bows that is.
Originally Posted by Jake-the-snake
Last edited by MLN1963; 02-14-2012 at 04:27 PM.
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^^ The way it should be, never having to know if customer service is great or not! Too bad it isn't that way for all companies. It makes you wonder when eveyone knows about great customer service from a company doesn't it? ^^
Originally Posted by bfisher
I could be wrong then...If I had a nickel for every B.S. story I told you guys, I would by myself a new truck...every day its something new and intriguing...
Originally Posted by MLN1963
And beleive me, Ive held myself back quite a few times from saying something, but im pretty sure Ill talk to the guy about this martin thing a little more...
On the bright side, there are far more people that are fun to deal with, than there are that arent...Currently helping a guy with target panic...He's 57 years old...I bet he never thought he would be taking pointers from a guy who is almost a third his age...But that is the fun and joy of this sport...
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