First off... who has one and what do you think of it??? Second.. why did the website close down?... they still sell them on Huntsmart.com.. .but the actual website doesnt work... anyways any input or info will be much appreciated!!
I dont think Heritage dog boxs had anything to do with owning that web site...Contact Jarvis Umphers on the Prohound.com....He owns or did own Heritage dog boxs...I heard it was forsale..I sold dog boxs and feed for years.. But Autumn Oaks being so close sales went way down.So I sold out...But Plan on selling them again ...
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Like all boxs you find good and bad in all of them.Like at Autumn Oaks you really need to look a box over real good before buying it.Most of them have a little something wrong with them.They try to sell all there seconds or boxs that didnt turn out perfect...Sometimes you thinking your getting a deal but your really not.............When I sold them I found about 1/3 had something a little wrong with them..
I bought one brand new from Jarvis. I like the looks, and it is basically a good built box, but it has wood in it, and eventually it WILL rot. I have had several boxes, and find that i dont use the heritage much because it is too heavy to load and unload alot. I will NEVER buy another box built with wood. I can buy the same size aluminum box for just a fraction higher. It is lighter and will last longer. The Heritage box also sctraches up and looks bad over time. This is just my opinion, but the longer i live the more i want everything to be lighter and last longer. I have the same philosophy on guns, trucks, lights, squallers, and boots.
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