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Just a heads up, on being in-stock.
I ordered one on 9/16. A couple days later I checked order status and it was "In Production". I emailed asking for an update since I thought these were in stock.
Stag replied the next day and stated my lead time is 3-4 weeks from date of order and is an estimate which may vary. They also stated they are trying their best to minimize any delays as much as possible. Below is what was in bold at the bottom of the email.
"Current Lead Times
Right Hand Builds: 3-4 weeks
Left Hand Builds: 4-6 weeks
Parts & Components: 2-3 weeks"
I don't mind waiting I just wish they had stated it somewhere. Still a good deal just going to be a little longer till it comes in.
Are you really suggesting someone traveled 5 months into the past to create an account to tarnish your already despicable reputation?!?
There are so many things wrong with that accusation. Time travel doesn't exist, you don't need any help making yourself look bad, have you finally given up pretending to defend yourself, resorting to flinging insane claims every way to distract people from how crappy you company is.
Honestly I wouldn't be surprised if you created that account drunk when you couldn't figure out your real password. Wouldn't be the first time you claimed an anonymous third-party wrote something without your authorization.
Good seller--I've always had stellar dealings with TSS. For an SW1911 with upgraded features, this is a great deal. Even nicer than an E-series, which I thought this was at first. (Don't get me wrong, my base-model E-series is a pleasure to shoot; I paid more than this for it, and I'd do it again...wish I could justify picking up one of these to keep it company.)