I've been getting a lot of emails and pms from people afraid to order because they've heard I'm moving. So I figured I'd type up a short novel and explain what's going on.
First off, I'd like to say that I have stopped accepting any service work, from now until the end of August. As I'll explain below, I'm moving and don't want to have angry customers.
Next weekend I will begin my move to a new house about 100 miles away from Emporia. I will be moving there to be with my new girlfriend/fiance'.
With this move I will be closing my retail Paintball Trader store front in Emporia. It's one of my main headaches because it's hard to concentrate on working on Vapor stuff when kids are coming in to kick the tires on a new tippmann.
Anyhow, the new house just happens to have a nice shop for me to work out of! However things are going to be slow with that. Number one I've got to get the house and belongings moved first. Second there are some things I want to do in the shop such as paint and put epoxy on the floor before I move all of the tools in. So I'm going to lay off the service work until the end of the month so I can have time to get that stuff done.
If your gun is currently in my possesion or on the way to me, don't worry. I'll still do them and get them on the way home. I'm currently facing delays with the guns I have here for PDS because the control board on my mill fried and I had to send it in for repairs. Hopefully I'll have it by th e end of the week. Anyone with excessive delays will be compensated for their slow delivery time.
I will be taking all of the inventory and shipping supplies with me on the initial move, so there should be no delays with order filling or shipping. I can fit enough parts in a couple of large boxes to get me by for a while si that won't be a problem
My internet is supposed to be hooked up when I get moved into the house, so I should be available to answer pm's and email, but with the moving I can't guarantee I'll stay current at it
We have drop in boards for the Freestyle and Promaster being prototyped as we speak as well as a corrected version of the 2k6 board that will not feature the fancy silicone spot on it