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I got mugged today in a small Rural village in total daylight.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by NorfolkDave, Feb 3, 2014.

  1. NorfolkDave

    NorfolkDave Donator

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    Yep small airpistol in original box, 50gms bubble wrap and tape; £11.96. Parcel force 48, I'm fine, a bit shaken, but nothing permanant.

  2. bl4de

    bl4de Donator

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    Brierley Hill, Dudley
    As you say " Daylight Robbery " They must have been looking out for you !
  3. engraver

    engraver Keyboard Hero

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    I sent a stock last week 24hr Special delivery came to £16 something :confused: gulp!
  4. David M

    David M Donator

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    Tell me about it Dave, I sent a scope through the post a few months back and they stung me a tenner, only last week I sent a 56g small parcel to a member and it cost me four quid. I'm wondering whether it's worth sending cheapish 2nd hand parts through the post anymore other than using the boggo £2.60 2nd class post. For the £15 part I ended up with a tenner after PayPal..!!
  5. OLD GIT61

    OLD GIT61 if no spring it wont do a thing

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    Now i can see that it is not a good idea selling on the bay .Your item costs more to post and send than what it is worth .I would change the name of post office to Robin Mail .
  6. Natgun

    Natgun Well-Known Member

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    TNT picked up a parcel insured direct from my house weighing 2.5kg, came to £11.70. Glad I didn't use royal mail they abuse the fact that they are the only parcel delivery locally/conveniently.
  7. reaper6

    reaper6 Banned

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    And its only going to get worse....at least Dick Turpin had the decency to wear a mask
  8. ratharvester

    ratharvester Donator

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    Yarm on tees
    I sent an air pistol last week 1st class recorded on Fri,was delivered Sat morning was near as damn it £8 I didn't think that was too bad.
  9. Clubshot

    Clubshot Clubshot

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    Aware Royal mail are expensive - Especially Special Delivery - but at least it offers insurance - most other courier firms do not

  10. craigfishin

    craigfishin Donator

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    its getting to the point i will stop using them altogether , great post though lol
  11. bhodge

    bhodge Keyboard Hero

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    Yeah, we have the privilege of paying for our packages to be insured in the event that they lose or damage 'em!
    As regards he-bay & pay-pal...I don't use them anymore, I tend to use bank transfer whenever possible.
    Last edited: Feb 3, 2014

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