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    Brandon at Warbonnet

    I have been trying to contact Brandon and am not sure if I am trying at the correct address. I have emailed him at: warbonnetoutdoors@gmail.com with some pre-sales questions. Does anyone here have a better way of getting in touch with him?

    Thanks.

    Andrew

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    I wouldn't panic, he will respond. Give him some time to answer your email. Brandon gives great customer service.

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    I have a Blackbird version of the "Bat-Signal", but I left it at home. Sorry.
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    I will wait ... just wanted to make sure I was trying him at the correct address .... Thanks for the feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannibal View Post
    I have a Blackbird version of the "Bat-Signal", but I left it at home. Sorry.
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    Just spoke with Brandon. They are in the process of moving from Fort Collins to Evergreen. The shop got moved a few weeks ago, but they are working on the house now. He said he would be caught up with emails and voice-mails by tomorrow.
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    So if he's gettin the shop moved, does that mean the long awaited new products are coming soon?????????

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    I've been trying. It's like pulling teeth.
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    man! I hate moves..you seem to loose somethings in a move. I moved one time,,and lost all my ties,,thank god I don't have to wear any now..lmao..

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    Moves are the worst

    I moved with my family for the first time in 19 years this past summer. I am still missing things (important things) I cannot find. The most irritating is the battery and charger for my camera. I had misplaced the charger earlier in the summer, so I had bought a replacement (spare when I found the old one). I recently bought a new battery ($$$$$$$) in the hope that I would go home and find the old one (it would be great to have a spare ) but I have not been so lucky.

    Sure hope Brandon completes the move soon and successfully, for your sake.
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