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Welcome to Reeder Custom Guns
For those that have called and e-mailed me asking WHERE IS MY GUN??? You may have noticed we are behind. Since Donald Trump got into office the orders have tripled. Instead of people sending us one or 2 guns to convert, they are sending us 6 or 8 guns at one time. We normally have 100 to 125 orders in our order book. We now have almost 300. This is good news but the other side of the coin is we can't rush and still put out quality guns. I have hired 2 more machinists which brings me to 7 machinists in my 2 machine shops. Another problem is many companies that sell barrels, gun parts, chemicals for refinishing and such are behind also. They were afraid that Clinton would win and didn't want to have a warehouse full of product that they couldn't sell. So now they too are behind. What all this comes down to is we are behind and there is no way to rush things out. I apologize for the delay but we are getting 3 or 4 guns out every week, sometimes a few more. If you are thinking of sending a gun in for customizing, remember, the sooner you send it in, the sooner you get it back. So go ahead and get it to me as soon as you can. Remember, we don't get paid until your gun is finished. So I would like to see them get finished and out the door too. So please hang in there. We will get your gun finished and out to you as quick as we can.
When Shipping Your Gun
An important note on sending your base gun in. Please do not strip it of the parts and just send the frame in. That just puts us having to call around all over trying to find the inner parts. That also puts you way behind those that sent the entire gun in. I got a gun in yesterday with a bare frame and barrel and another one today. These two fellows are probably going to have to wait twice as long as someone else that sent in the full base gun.
As of now I will no longer accept partial guns in as a base gun unless you clear it with me beforehand. We are all working 12 hour days trying to get your guns done in a reasonable time and I simply don't have the extra time to sit and make calls all over trying to find the parts that you left out. When you send in your gun, you can take it apart if you feel better doing so or if it makes sending it easier with UPS or Fed Ex, but make sure and put all the internal parts in baggies and send them with the gun. http://reedercustomguns.com/information/shipping_info.htm
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Mammal Species of the World, 3rd edition (MSW3) is a database of mammalian taxonomy. It is hoped that this database on the World Wide Web can be used as a convenient on-line reference for identifying or verifying recognized scientific names and for taxonomic research. The names are organized in a hierarchy that includes Order, Suborder, Family, Subfamily, Genus, Species and Subspecies. Records include the following fields:
The citation for this work is: Don E. Wilson & DeeAnn M. Reeder (editors). 2005. Mammal Species of the World. A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference (3rd ed), Johns Hopkins University Press, 2,142 pp. (Available from Johns Hopkins University Press, 1-800-537-5487 or (410) 516-6900, or at http://www.press.jhu.edu).
This third edition is enhanced by the identification of subspecies, and by the inclusion of authority information for all synonyms. Further information about the book and about the contents of each field can be found in the preface and introductory material.
This online list was compiled under the auspices of the American Society of Mammalogists. Copyright 2005 Johns Hopkins University Press. All rights are reserved. The data in this checklist of mammal species of the world are being presented for non-commercial, personal, and collections management use only. Copying or redistributing these data in any manner for personal or corporate gain is not permitted. A list of the authors responsible for various portions of the text can be found here.
For an analysis of new species found in the third edition see: D. M. Reeder , K. M. Helgen, and D. E. Wilson. 2007. Global Trends and Biases in New Mammal Species Discoveries. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 269:1-36. pdf [ click here].
This project is in collaboration with the Division of Mammals of the Department of Vertebrate Zoology at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution and The American Society of Mammalogists.
The scientific names from the MSW3 database are available as a custom dictionary that can be used with various Microsoft Office applications. To download the dictionary, right-click on this link and choose 'Save Target As ...' (or the equivalent, depending on the browser that you are using). [Installation instructions for custom dictionaries vary depending on the version of Microsoft Office that you are using. To start, try here.] Thanks to Doug Kelt, UC Davis, for creating and sharing this dictionary.