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Send good thoughts Tucker’s way.

Posted by Rob Longenecker on October 11th, 2007

10/11/07:

Tucker hurt his left wrist and has a small bone fragment in it. He won’t be stamping any holsters this week, but he will be doing orders with no stamping.

He’s seen the doctor and has another appointment early next week, so he’s committed to doing what’s necessary to heal.

We have plans in place to add another person, and he’s already set to start in the shop soon. Hopefully, in the near future, Tucker will no longer be a “one-man shop.” We just have too many orders to depend on one person.

I’d go in the shop to help but you wouldn’t want a holster I made.

 

5 Responses to “Send good thoughts Tucker’s way.”

  1. Bruce Gibson Says:

    This topic’s like deja vu for me, and I hate to hear it. I can also sympathize. I broke my left hand (I’m left-handed) earlier this year. It dang sure puts a hitch in your get-a-long.

    Give Tucker my best–he’s probably gonna be a little cranky and frustrated for about 6-weeks trying to work around the broken wrist.

  2. Rob Longenecker Says:

    UPDATE 10/12/07: Tucker drove to Arkansas last night and is having surgery on his wrist this afternoon to remove the bone fragment. He will be back in the shop on Monday. We don’t know yet how soon he’ll be able to work without pain. Tucker knows there’s a huge list of work to do.

  3. Albert Leal Says:

    Mr.Tucker get healed first because it is well worth the wait for one of your holster’s.

  4. Bruce Gibson Says:

    So, how’s the wrist? Hope all went well with the surgery.

  5. Rob Longenecker Says:

    Tucker’s back at work. He limited himself to making IWB’s this past week so he didn’t have to do stamping. He got a lot done and I’m shipping a bunch of IWB orders on Wednesday.

    He should be resuming normal work this week sometime. I’ll know more tomorrow (10/22/07)

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