K0XP Steve - Good Guy.

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W1JCW
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K0XP Steve - Good Guy.

Post by W1JCW » Thu Mar 14, 2019 11:57 am

K0XP Steve is a Good Guy to deal with.

We had a deal recently and everything went smooth.

I would deal with him again.

Thanks!
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John

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Re: K0XP Steve - Good Guy.

Post by k0xp » Thu Mar 14, 2019 1:29 pm

Thanks, John. John wanted me to pay using paypal's "friends and family" choice but having heard bad things about that feature, I never use that feature and I instead paid by the regular paypal method, adding some to make up the seller's fee. From when John yielded the manual to the USPS in Texas to when it actually arrived here in LA (according to the USPS tracking system), it took 14 days. 14 days to travel some 80 or 90 miles per day plus a day or two at each end to be submitted to and to exit the main USPS "system". I think there may have been some wagon trains that were that quick back in the 1870s and I know there were faster pony expresses. I asked John to mail it via Media Mail which he did and that caused the long delay, but I've used media rate before and rarely encountered such long delays. Thanks for bearing with me, John!

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