Posts Tagged ‘shipping’

Tooling Is Now In The Port of Long Beach!

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

We got confirmation today that our tooling came into port earlier this morning.

We will be honoring our pre-sale customers first before any stocks are sold to our retail customers via our store page or gun shows. They will be shipped according to purchase date, starting with the first month’s orders in July ’09. We feel that we will be able to process 100 kits per week. We will announce when shipping will begin and when the $119.96 will no longer be available. We will also announce which month orders we are processing and will also send a tracking number once we have processed each order.

Updates will continue via our website and our facebook fan page.

We’re getting close!

2/26/10 Tooling Arrival Date/Phoenix This Weekend

Friday, February 26th, 2010

We just got word that the tooling is on the boat and is scheduled to reach Long Beach port March 14, 2010. It typically takes 3 days, sometimes longer, to get through customs. They will then be trucked to our manufacturer. The tooling will have its protective coating removed and then lubed and coated for use.

Once we receive our completed kits, which include all the hardware, as well as the front tri-rail attachment and extended magazine release lever attachment. We will be shipping according to order date. We feel we can process 100 kits a week. We will start with our July orders and make an announcement each time we begin to process a new month’s pre-sale orders. Once we process your order we will email you your tracking number so you can know when to expect your stock kit.

We will see those that live in the area this weekend at the Phoenix Gun Show 2/27-2/28.


Friday, October 2nd, 2009

Last Monday I met with our molding company.  We were able to double check all of the manufacturer’s  molding files, and ensure everything was correct.  This means the eight-week count down began as of 9-29-09!!!

Today I told my designer that I need to have a date on when I’m getting the final prototype or else I’m going to have to go to someone else to have them made.  (I have that option now that I have the files.)  He wrote back immediately and informed me that his builder said it should be ready in one week for our acceptance.  At that time, we’ll order additional prototypes and begin hitting as many gun shows as possible.  Of course it goes without saying that the very first thing we’ll do upon receiving the prototype is post close-up pics and an assembly video.

Thanks for all your support and perseverance!