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Purchased a H&k VP40 from Jack and the entire experience was great. The customer care, attention to detail far exceeded my expectations. 

i had a great time talking with jack about ideas and future purchases. 

I can say without a doubt that i will recommend friends and family in search of a gun to see Jack.  The entire transaction from start to finish was perfect.

 

Jack, thanks for your help with my purchase and far exceeding what customer service is.

 

already talking to the wife about the walther PPQ.

 great job thanks again

Mike  

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Thank you Mike!

I wish every customer can have a good experience like your's.

 

It was a pleasure meeting you and I  look forward to doing business

in the future!

 

As a side note - look what i found...............

 

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Better hope an old prospector doesn't see those gold teeth and try to yank them. Lowers would look funny with missing teeth.

 

 

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Thank you Mike!

I wish every customer can have a good experience like your's.

 

It was a pleasure meeting you and I  look forward to doing business

in the future!

 

As a side note - look what i found...............

 

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10957331_1689152607987305_739367592_n.jp

 

Thats exactly what I'm looking for.  But now seeing the entire set of teeth in gold, peeks my interest. 

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Choices - so many choices........ lol

 

lol now this has delayed the build. But tracking down that lower, it was done in 23k gold leaf w/ clear coat protection. So with your help and idea know i know I'm on the right path. 

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#Repost @sharpsbros
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Photo and work by @pinstripingbyrat
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This Jack lower was done for Exeter Gunslingers in 23 karat Gold Leaf protected with High Gloss Cerakote Clear and finished with Graphite Black Cerakote. #pbrcustomcoating #cerakotecertified #cerakote #goldleaf #grillz #goldteeth @p.b.r._custom_coating @exetergunslingers @sharpsbros @spikes_tactical @cerakote @cerakote_militia @bitchin_weapons @dailyar15

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