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Old 03-10-2019, 02:21 PM
The Old Redneck The Old Redneck is offline
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Default Corbin dies

The extra cost of moving your order ahead with Corbin in years past was paying for them to be done on over time. Your order wasn't moved ahead of others that had been waiting. It was done after hours by someone that wanted or needed the overtime. Dave has always explained that in years past. I have dies and presses from several die makers. Dave's have always been as good or better than most. I have waited and I have paid extra over the years not just for bullet dies, punches, etc. Have also paid extra for reamers, custom parts and tools from different companies. Paying overtime for a craftsman to do a rush job is never cheap, and you are paying for being unwilling to wait.
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