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Henry Kranks

Postby Northernbloke » Sun Sep 11, 2011 6:20 pm

Have to say there's been a steady improvement in Kranks over the last 2 years or so that I've been visiting - Not saying it was bad before that, but my early experiences were poor. I first heard of them when they sent out a massive free catalogue with Shooting Sports a few years ago and I think the sudden infux of new customers placed a massive strain on them at that time and for a fair bit afterwards. Almost nothing was ever in stock when I visited initially but gradually things have got a lot better. Fingers crossed they continue the upward trend - been in there again this week, most of what I needed was in stock and as they gave me a little discount on my order I'll certainly continue to use them whenever I'm passing.
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Postby smellywelly » Sat Mar 03, 2012 8:04 pm

I visited the shop recently to buy my BP pistol, bit surprised at the location .. but the shop was well stocked and had everything I needed.

I've also used them a fair bit for mail order, and havent been able to fault them yet, decent speedy service :thup:
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Postby TheSquire » Sat Mar 24, 2012 9:11 pm

Went to Kranks today for a pre season stock up and couldn't fault the service. They had all I wanted and had some good advice about a sight I was after.
Huge range of stock new and second hand but not in the market for a new gun right now.
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