Any extreme cases, like someone measured incorrectly & cut the string short, but it happened to be string supplied by the player? Or maybe the gut was nicked & snapped during stringing?
Just curious how mistakes are handled, and who pays for the error.
I guess maybe I'm not thinking on the large-scale operation, where a pack of gut isn't that big of a deal, as opposed to a small-scale home operation where margins are tight, and distributors aren't standing around willing to hand out free stuff to players.
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