sending order

canuck4570
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sending order

Postby canuck4570 » Fri Nov 20, 2009 8:30 am

OK I quit
after making your mold with the program what is the next step to send order ?

turbo1889
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Re: sending order

Postby turbo1889 » Fri Nov 20, 2009 12:58 pm

Two ways to do that:

1 ~ Click HERE (red circle in image below) and proceed with payment through PayPal with credit card or if you have a PayPal account yourself it's balance or your attached bank account. First click on the "Draw" Button and it will show you a picture of how that bullet will look with that many lube grooves, then click on the "Buy" button matching the number of lube grooves you want. In this example that would be two lube grooves.

2 ~ When you have got the bullet exactly like you want it and there is no warning message like "won't fit!" in the "Recommendations" box and it simply says "no comment" then hit the "Print Screen" button on your computer and then open up the "Paint" program and then right click on the empty white area and then choose "paste" from the drop down box. Then save this as whatever you want to call it and then print it. Circle with a pen which number of grooves you want. Then click on the Order by Mail (green cirle in the image below) link in the upper left side of the screen which will open a new window, print that order form fill it out and then put the order form, the bullet design print out(s), and your payment in an envelope and send it to the address indicated on the order form. You can also just use your browser to print the bullet design screen but then you won't have a saved record on your end of what you ordered.
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Re: sending order

Postby mtngun » Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:27 pm

What turbo said. :lol: Thanks, turbo.


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