I hope you have received the receiver and the rear trunnion.
Good luck with the cancer!
New to this forum so hello everyone.
Have had numerous dealings with Elk River Tool and Die. In fact I plan to make the long treck so they can engrave the receiver of an SBR tomorrow.
They have put customer service first in the past and so I trust them. Sorry if others have had bad experiences. I have not.
Do you have any pics of your receivers, or work. When asking around on okshooters, you were highly recommended. I have a yugo m70 UF I would like to send down to be built. Your website has no pics though. Just would like to see some of your work prior to the deal. If the Yugo works out I would send my Bulgarian krinkov down to be built.
I was up at my ffl last weekend picking up my nds1-kp and another guy was trying to pick up his elk river . The ffl wouldnt turn it loose because ert&d
had'nt provided them with a copy of their ffl ,man was he pissed .I guess you ert&d guys heard about it .I read somewhere about this same type of thing happening elsewhere. A local guy i met on the internet came over this past weekend for a build party, he was doing a romy g on a nds-1 . He has one more to do. His ert&d reciever is on order, he said at first they said they had it in stock then came back and said he was on back order.The reason he went with ert&d because someone told him he would have to wait months on a nodak. So even if ert&t make a great receiver they still have a little more work to do on their organizational skills. just an old hillbillys opinion
Last edited by bohnscot; 04-20-2009 at 03:35 PM.
Elk River is building my kit right now. I'll post a photo and a review of the weapon when I get it.
Hmm we got two 2dogs on this site.
On A Quest For Perfect Political Incorrectness.
What are they building for you, and yes please post a pic. I haven't been able to find pic of their receivers or builds.
When Injustice Becomes Law....Rebellion Becomes Duty
The only thing wrong with Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address was that it was the South, not the North, that was fighting for a government of the people, by the people and for the people."
-- H. L. Mencken