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Old 07-08-2017, 07:33 AM
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Default Bellm TCs website is down

Seen this posted on another forum. Mike Bellm is the guy to go to for Thompson Center Encore and Contender shooters looking to improve their guns.


http://357maximum.net/

Bellm TCs Urgent News!

The bellmtcs.com website is down!
A new site will have to be reconstructed from the 16 years of information we had on our site.
This will take time.
With no web presence other than 1gunshop.com I finally posted a quickie, long overdue site dedicated to .357 Maximum to at least give you all an online access to me.

New Mike Bellm website: www.357maximum.net
Phone: 541 956 6938
Mike Bellm email: [email protected]

Kurt Bellm for parts, tools, TC factory barrels, trigger jobs, etc.: 970 433 9525

Losing our website is a disaster, and we could sure use your help spreading the word on forums, social media, and wherever you have the opportunity.
Just point folks to www.357maximum.net and www.1gunshop.com

Kurt and I want to thank your for the privilege of serving TC shooters all these years. We apologize for the loss of extensive website coverage of the TC break open guns but are here to serve you just the same.

Many thanks!

Mike Bellm


Well that sucks.
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Old 07-08-2017, 09:50 AM
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Nice to see he's revamping his site - he's always had tons of great info there, but it was organized about as well as a pile of coat hangers.

I'll look forward to seeing the new site once it's up and running.
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Old 07-08-2017, 10:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Nomercy448 View Post
Nice to see he's revamping his site - he's always had tons of great info there, but it was organized about as well as a pile of coat hangers.
That's putting it lightly.

I checked on the site itself both last night and moments ago, and they're already making progress.
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Old 08-28-2018, 08:38 AM
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It's all still available in archives at:
http://web.archive.org/web/201611210...ex.php?cid=562
I have great respect for both Mike and Kurt.
Use their barrels extensively.
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I got few spring kits from them for my encores great service the site has a lot of stuff that’s for sure

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