Originally Posted By 5ofUS:
Originally Posted By bobbitybobbity:
I live a couple miles from them. I know some of the family and all I can say is........WHAT A BUNCH OF ASSHOLES! They do reasonable quality machine work. But, they are a clan of dildos as far as I'm concerned. Ask me how I REALLY feel sometime.
Careful where you throw stones...a friend and co worker of mine use to work for Rich. May be alittle spendy....does good work though....bunch of assholes maybe.......clan of dildos=NO....I dont think so.
Well, we are all free to have opinions as well as express them. You may disagree with my take on the McCanns. That's fine. I don't have any problem with people doing business with them. Especially if customer service is not an issue in choosing someone with whom to do business. I have even owned one of their "Puffin" knives. Good stuff, that. But, to avoid feeling as though I was a rancid pile of steaming camelshit, I opted to buy it second hand. I wouldn't give them my money or my time, again, under any circumstance. I'm one of those sensitive types, who don't appreciate being just another turd, to someone I try to deal with. Having dealt with them several times, the old man, Rich and even his wife, (yes, some of us are slow learners) I choose to go elsewhere. You are the first person, REALLY, who has spoken positively about them, that I've ever heard. A good friend of mine writes for several national gun and knife oriented publications. He's dealt with them and reviewed some of their products. He was impressed with the quality of the work. But, privately, he has agreed wholeheartedly with my opinion of them. And that was when they were trying to impress him. In this day and age, there are so many options available to the consumer, there's no need to waste time with businesses who fail the warm&fuzzy test. Try asking around or dig up threads on Jonathan Arthur Ceiner or Ammoman.com. That should give you a good indication of how important customer relations can be to consumers. OdT, you may now have your thread back. Hijack over.