Please take advantage of the new shopping cart system that we've had put onto the site.
Currently paypal is the only available payment option. If you don't want to use paypal, however, you're more than welcome to send a check or money order to the following address:
Air Soldier Products, Inc.
7541 N. 55th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53223
At this time, the shopping cart is only set up to accept orders from the US. We still welcome foreign orders, though - send an email with your location and what you'd like to order, and we'll figure out a shipping cost.
Questions? Email me!
The fine print:
All orders include free US shipping.
That means USPS First Class. If you order a $5 part and expect next day air delivery and a tracking number, we will laugh at you. A lot.
If you need faster delivery (or are located outside of the US), please email us, and we can figure out an additional cost for Priority or UPS or FedEx or Johan's Delivery Mule Service or whatever your favorite shipper is.
Orders under $35 are subject to a $5 handling fee.
Because after Paypal gets their cut, and I pay for the mailers and labels, not to mention the base cost of the parts and what my suppliers charge me in shipping and handling, it just doesn't seem worth it to spend my 30 minute lunch hour in line at the post office while the clerk asks me for the fifth time this week if I'm sending "anything liquid, fragile, perishable or potentially hazardous" only to spend the few pennies of profit remaining on actually shipping the blasted item.
Allow 2-3 days for orders to be processed. Checks must clear before shipping.
I have a 'real' day job - ASP is simply a hobby business I run in my not-so-spare time. So it's entirely possible that it may take me a little while to get to shipping your order, especially if there's been a crisis at the day job, my car is in the shop, or what-have-you. If you need something in a time critical fashion, please email first (or visit another online retailer).
The vast majority of payments come in through PayPal, and when these are drawn from a bank account, they're called an eCheck. That's been just fine and dandy, until someone's eCheck bounced. So eChecks get treated like other checks - I don't ship until it clears.