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SonOfaDI
11-18-2015, 5:41 PM
I have been reviewing Slickguns and keep seeing this company show up with a few complete rifles that have my interest peaked - anybody ever used them and if so how was the interaction?:)

SonOfaDI
11-20-2015, 10:10 AM
ok sounds like hands off for now...

hoss_hk
11-22-2015, 8:40 PM
I bought some MBUS Pro irons from him last year. Great price, was shipped fast, no issues. No idea on complete rifles.

damon1272
11-22-2015, 8:45 PM
He is a newer dealer in san diego. I have not dealt with him but i have heard favorable things about him.

WartHog
11-22-2015, 9:35 PM
I bought some MBUS Pro irons from him last year. Great price, was shipped fast, no issues. No idea on complete rifles.

Same here - called and talked to Tim the owner before ordering as I had never heard of them. He shipped my sights quickly and I would happily order from them again.

Pharmboy
12-06-2015, 9:19 AM
I recently purchased a basic Anderson build AR from Tim Wise @ Louisiana. The price is really good. It is planned to be shipped this week, then I have to wait for DROS.
When I looked online for options, Wisearms had the best specs using known parts or fabrications. Granted, it is a leap of faith to know the quality of the SS barrel without knowing where it came from, but I am willing to take a chance. I would long distance shoot with a different caliber, so not a true concern for this platform.

I called the business and Tim Wise picked up the phone. He was direct, friendly, very responsive and gave me the details to feel better about ordering from him. It is nice to go straight to the source, but may mean it is a small shop.
A couple of other positives, he assembles the AR to be CA compliant and allows the use of CC without addition charges. I feel the use of CC is big because it provides me with an additional level of consumer protection/documentation if an issues arises.

Will follow up with a post after going to the range. This is my first AR (not first firearm), so may not know what is good vs bad for this platform. Anyone around the San Diego want to meet up with me at The Gun Range in San Diego, when my AR comes in? You nearby?

SonOfaDI
12-13-2015, 9:54 AM
He is a newer dealer in san diego. I have not dealt with him but i have heard favorable things about him.

Lol . r u trolling from SD again....

SonOfaDI
12-13-2015, 9:56 AM
I recently purchased a basic Anderson build AR from Tim Wise @ Louisiana. The price is really good. It is planned to be shipped this week, then I have to wait for DROS.
When I looked online for options, Wisearms had the best specs using known parts or fabrications. Granted, it is a leap of faith to know the quality of the SS barrel without knowing where it came from, but I am willing to take a chance. I would long distance shoot with a different caliber, so not a true concern for this platform.

I called the business and Tim Wise picked up the phone. He was direct, friendly, very responsive and gave me the details to feel better about ordering from him. It is nice to go straight to the source, but may mean it is a small shop.
A couple of other positives, he assembles the AR to be CA compliant and allows the use of CC without addition charges. I feel the use of CC is big because it provides me with an additional level of consumer protection/documentation if an issues arises.

Will follow up with a post after going to the range. This is my first AR (not first firearm), so may not know what is good vs bad for this platform. Anyone around the San Diego want to meet up with me at The Gun Range in San Diego, when my AR comes in? You nearby?

Look forward to your report. His specs are good and it would be my first black gun..... Wait the glock is black....