Kudos to Montana Vintage Arms

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Shasta
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Kudos to Montana Vintage Arms

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I have several rifles equipped with Montana Vintage Arms sights and scopes, which are to me the best to be had. I recently somehow managed to snap off the windage adjustment knob on my Browning BPCR rifle's Creedmoore rear scope mount while removing the rifle from an over-crowded gun safe. I sent the mount back to MVA for repair. I had it back in less than three weeks with a number of new parts installed. The charge;

Zip, nada, nothing. They even paid the return shipping. I hope to be buying more of their products in the future especially with customer service like that! :D

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Re: Kudos to Montana Vintage Arms

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I'll agree....they made me a 36" er for the Hi Wall with extra dovetail mounts so i can use the same scope on an 1881 Marlin or any other rifle with a 28-30" barrel. Even their dovetail mounts are a work of beauty with the color case hardening. I've had it on 4 different rifles with minimal sight adjustments.

What I am amazed about is how the scope they shipped me from Montana to Pa. actually arrived unsmashed.....they ship a $1200 scope in a styrofoam and cardboard box about 3-4" square and 40" long....ideal for a quick bend.

Yea...good dudes with excellent customer service.----6
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Marvin S
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Re: Kudos to Montana Vintage Arms

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I have a set of their midrange vernier and spirit level globe on a 1885 Hi Wall 38-55 copy. Top notch quality sights.
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Re: Kudos to Montana Vintage Arms

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MVA makes a lot of great sights, scopes, and 1885 Winchester actions and parts. Always great service, and Cheryl is great to work with on phone orders.
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Re: Kudos to Montana Vintage Arms

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Its great when a company treats you with courtesy and takes care of you....
30/30 Winchester: Not accurate enough fer varmints, barely adequate for small deer; BUT In a 10" to 14" barrelled pistol; is good for moose/elk to 200 yards; ground squirrels to 300 metres

I dont call it a long Colt for the same reason I dont call it a short Auto!
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Re: Kudos to Montana Vintage Arms

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+1
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