Garg Armoury Private Limited - Delhi

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Garg Armoury Private Limited - Delhi

Post by danish21 » Sat Jan 13, 2007 12:59 am

Garg Armoury Private Limited

Dealers of arms, ammunition and gun accessories.
Address: 1/1526, Kashmere Gate, Near St. James Church, New Delhi - 110 006, India
Phone: +(91)-(11)-23868596/23865994 Fax: +(91)-(11)-23868596

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Unbusiness-like practice of Garg Armoury, Delhi

Post by sainikji » Wed Dec 05, 2012 5:15 pm

Just want to share my bad experience vis-a-vis purchase of Pistol Cartridges from Garg Armoury, Kashmere Gate, Delhi

Today I visited the Garg Armoury for purchase of Pistol Cartridges as I am still entitled to purchase 20 cartridges as per yearly quota.

However, after having a glance at the last purchase quantity which was also purchased from it, the person concerned in a very rude manner simply refused to sell me the cartridges

AND the reason assigned for refusal is itself so absurd that I cannot believe it which in his own words was:
"I cannot sell anymore to you as I have to sell to the others also"

Though I tried to reason out but the man was just not ready to listen.

Now I wonder whether that businessman was there to take care of other customers who were not there at the time of my proposed purchase OR as a true businessman has to take care of the customer who is present before him at the moment.

In my own opinion this action on the part of the dealer is not worthy of appreciation.

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Re: Unbusiness-like practice of Garg Armoury, Delhi

Post by SriramK » Wed Dec 05, 2012 6:19 pm

Often when supplies are low, these shopkeepers tend to reduce the quantity available to a customer. You can see it on eBay and other places where they limit products to "One per customer". While it's not fair, it ensures that other people who've been waiting for a product get a chance to buy some too. The shopkeeper also uses this as a means of gaining a larger customer base by offering them to more people.

I understand how you can be miffed by him refusing to sell you what you're entitled to, but I don't think he's under any legal binding to provide them to you. I could be wrong :)

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Re: Unbusiness-like practice of Garg Armoury, Delhi

Post by miroflex » Wed Dec 05, 2012 6:32 pm

Sainikji,

Were the cartridges of a calibre which is rare or for which cartridges are difficult to obtain?

Regards.
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Re: Unbusiness-like practice of Garg Armoury, Delhi

Post by sainikji » Wed Dec 05, 2012 6:38 pm

SriramK wrote:Often when supplies are low, these shopkeepers tend to reduce the quantity available to a customer. You can see it on eBay and other places where they limit products to "One per customer". While it's not fair, it ensures that other people who've been waiting for a product get a chance to buy some too. The shopkeeper also uses this as a means of gaining a larger customer base by offering them to more people.

I understand how you can be miffed by him refusing to sell you what you're entitled to, but I don't think he's under any legal binding to provide them to you. I could be wrong :)
Dear SriramK

as I have stated in my original post, whether it makes sense to refuse to entertain a customer who has approached you for your business FOR THE SAKE OF A customer who may in future approach you?
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Re: Unbusiness-like practice of Garg Armoury, Delhi

Post by sainikji » Wed Dec 05, 2012 6:43 pm

miroflex wrote:Sainikji,

Were the cartridges of a calibre which is rare or for which cartridges are difficult to obtain?

Regards.
No its not a rare cartridge.

Its IOF KF .32 Pistol cartridges.

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Re: Unbusiness-like practice of Garg Armoury, Delhi

Post by BowMan » Wed Dec 05, 2012 7:22 pm

No its not a rare cartridge.

Its IOF KF .32 Pistol cartridges.
ROTFL ROTFL ROTFL

Why bother just ask another guy. It's common experience which we all have had with these gun dealers. Shortages have led them to believe that they are kings of the business.

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Re: Unbusiness-like practice of Garg Armoury, Delhi

Post by dsingh » Wed Dec 05, 2012 9:43 pm

We should consisder ourselves lucky in Chandigarh where dealers are very professional and polite I buy .32 bore revolver rounds from Chandigarh Gun house its owners Minash jain and Pushpinder Jain are polite and has showroom in Phase I in SAS Nagar other dealers in our area are not rude there may be difference in price not much but no problem.

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Re: Unbusiness-like practice of Garg Armoury, Delhi

Post by Glock 25 » Wed Dec 05, 2012 10:17 pm

sainikji wrote:
In my own opinion this action on the part of the dealer is not worthy of appreciation.

:agree:
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HELP/SEARCH FOR A POST REG. GARG ARMOURY POSTED YESTERDAY

Post by sainikji » Thu Dec 06, 2012 7:14 pm

A post has been made by me on yesterday regarding Un-business like practice of Garg Armoury, Kashmere Gate, Delhi BUT I am not able to find it out today.

Please help in locating the same by posting its link address.
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Re: HELP/SEARCH FOR A POST REG. GARG ARMOURY POSTED YESTERDA

Post by FN-Five-Seven » Thu Dec 06, 2012 7:25 pm

I replied to it too .
Looks like it's gone
:?
It's okay , if you disagree with me .
I can't force you to be right .

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Re: HELP/SEARCH FOR A POST REG. GARG ARMOURY POSTED YESTERDA

Post by Glock 25 » Thu Dec 06, 2012 7:34 pm

May be its gone
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Re: HELP/SEARCH FOR A POST REG. GARG ARMOURY POSTED YESTERDA

Post by sainikji » Thu Dec 06, 2012 8:03 pm

GONE!!!!!!!!
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Re: HELP/SEARCH FOR A POST REG. GARG ARMOURY POSTED YESTERDA

Post by Glock 25 » Thu Dec 06, 2012 8:11 pm

I read your previous post and answer on it, both of them are gone
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Re: HELP/SEARCH FOR A POST REG. GARG ARMOURY POSTED YESTERDA

Post by mundaire » Thu Dec 06, 2012 8:14 pm

Have you checked http://indiansforguns.com/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=1016 ?? If you post in the wrong section/ thread your posts are liable to be moved/ merged as appropriate. :roll:

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P.S. - FN-Five-Seven your post was OT to the thread and has been moved to http://indiansforguns.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=336

P.P.S - Gents, next time how about trying to use the search function before starting a new thread?
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