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Discussion in 'Reloading Equipment and Components' started by chuckhammer, Dec 4, 2013.
I found this and placed an order today. Figured lots of folks would be interested.
I ordered 100 from them on 11/17. They shorted me 4. I really didn't think it was any big deal but it became kind of a big fight to get my 4 cases and get it settled-which it's not yet. If your shorted, their canned response is that it's a "manufacturer issue". To my way of thinking, on anything defective/short in count, what isn't a manufacturer issue? To date, it hasn't stopped any retailer that I've dealt with from rectifying the problem on the spot. Their policy is to do nothing but give you and e-mail link to Norma. There's two problems with that:
#1: I'm not a Norma Customer. I'm a Bullets.com Customer. They should take care of their Customers and they can duke it out with the manufacturer.
#2: The link they sent me didn't go to anyone.
After numerous correspondences, they finally agreed to send me the missing 4 cases (which they clearly didn't want to). I haven't received them yet but I'm pretty sure I will. Good grief... for a common $6 error, I've got about $100 of my time into it. Annoying...
If they short everyone 4 cases before long someone will have a free box of brass!
I recently received 199 pieces of Norma 300WM brass. In my case the supplier told me about it and asked if I was ok with it. Maybe Norma needs to hire someone that can count. I agree with you that this supplier you ordered from should have made it right.
On the flip side, the last order of Norma 300wm brass I bought was a perfect 100 but the 200 308 win cases left me with 206 peices.
They tell me mine shipped yesterday. I ordered three of the 25-ct boxes as the next size up was 250-ct, too many for me. I've now got 100 Norma unfired and 135 WW-Super once-fired to feed my 7mm Valkyrie wildcat project.
They can hopefully count to 25 without much issue.
Got my 4 cases yesterday (from Grizzly Inc). Good enough.