I have sold out of some of the 1919 SKU's I had available.Has anyone noticed that sarco and apex are sold out of 1919 kits? What happened?
Its surplus dude......these kits weren't going to last forever.
How about he puts kits aside for us as we pay down small increments over vast periods of time. When we finally have enough money, he still has to sell us stuff at the price we originally purchased into 8 years prior? (oh, and if we change our minds, we can apply our credits toward other items?) And people say socialism cant work!!Yes. I am a moron. I told everyone to buy an Apex A6 kit, but since I have one, my procurement always got "back burnered". So while my customers and colleagues bought Apex A6 kits, I dallied, and now no more. Watch the prices skyrocket. Doh. These were a killer investment.
Apex should make things simple and start a "financial adviser" account. We don't do ****. Richard takes our bulk money, buys stuff, and as he sees fit, flips it and buys anew. Every quarter Richard sends a statement of what we own sitting in the warehouse, and if we see fit we tell him to pull something and send it. Otherwise, he just keeps flipping stuff on paper for us.
im looking for a 308 front cartridge stop and a cocking lever pin. do you have any?I have sold out of some of the 1919 SKU's I had available.
I have some others listed, and have some 1919A6 kits waiting BECAUSE they are less complete than what is listed now.
About 27 kits in total.
Search results for: 'browning kit'
AND, we are selling at least one (usually more) every single day, weekend's included.
YES, our sales volume is up, I think people are spending their "Trump Change" on-line.
APEX had no 7.62 front cartridge stops, plenty of rear ones in stock.
im looking for a 308 front cartridge stop and a cocking lever pin. do you have any?