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Here is the latest from Lehman's, the non-electric store. The article discusses their backlog and also the growth in Y2K awareness which caused it. I found this link on the worldnetdaily site.
-- Rob Michaels (email@example.com), April 06, 1999
I guess it depends on what you order. A friend of mine ordered a grain mill and a hanging dehydrator and it only took about a month to arrive. However, we don't have many months left!
-- Sharon (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 06, 1999.
Hello, I have ordered from Lehman's for at least 7 years and was blown away when I sat on hold for over 15 minutes about 2 months ago....was just trying to order a few things....they told me that they were backordered on several items and that in addition to the time it takes for them to receive the items, their shipping dept. was 4-6 weeks behind. I am receiving some items now with others not due to arrive until June they say. Great company and folks, just overwhelmed. Kristi
-- Kristi (securx@Succeed.Net), April 06, 1999.
Which is why I know the route there better than the route to my Mother-in-law's place. If you want more than one item (always depending on what it is) and live within 5 hours travel time, it's best to GO THERE in body. Besides, the place is WAY COOL!! Chuck, a night driver
-- Chuck, a night driver (email@example.com), April 06, 1999.
Hey Chuck - if you are ever in or near Union City, Tennessee (South a bit of Paducah, KY) make sure you stop at Dixie Gun Works. That is another way cool place that sells old style stuff.
-- Paul Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 06, 1999.
Don't forget that the "old style stuff" doesn't force you to go jump through the Brady Bill hoops. I think I might just have to add one of thos antiques to my collection. I think I fancy that new Thompson 50 cal. percussion antique.
-- Wildweasel (email@example.com), April 06, 1999.