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    Default Lammers Question

    Does anyone know if they are still in business? It has been months since they have updated their site.

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    Yes, just contact him directly. He also sells items through a mainstream sutlery Loafer's Glory in Florida. You can give them a call and see what they have in stock. They had several pairs of Federal brogans and English shoes when last I saw them.
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    Jim Lammers made the sutlery his full time business. I believe it is more of a hobby business for his son John.
    The workmanship I have seen from John is of a higher standard though, too. This is high praise indeed especially
    given the pricing point(s). High quality/reasonable price. For this reason it can take a bit of a wait to get your
    order and things like the website don't always get the attention they deserve.

    A comrade of mine recently got a .69 box from John Lammers. I thought it was either Nick Duval's work or EJ Thomas,
    that's how good it was.
    Last edited by Craig L Barry; 05-22-2012 at 11:02 PM.
    Craig L Barry

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    Thank you, gentlemen!

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    John is a great guy and reachable by phone. Excellent products and service.

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    Does anyone have a number for John Lammers?

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    is there a web site?
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    http://www.jlammersandcompany.com/

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    Thanks for the info!
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    Was just looking for the site, doesnt look like its up any more
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