Reliable is good....... Low priced not so good... When it comes to handguns the low priced ones just don't cut it...... You will never go wrong with a quality made time proven handgun..... There are plenty to choose from depending on your needs........Looking for reliable, low priced gun shops.
I think he was referring to the shop not charging a huge markup. I like the people at one LGS, but the store charges way too much.Reliable is good....... Low priced not so good... When it comes to handguns the low priced ones just don't cut it...... You will never go wrong with a quality made time proven handgun..... There are plenty to choose from depending on your needs........
French Creek Outfitters - West side of Phoenixville PA on Rte 23.. That's about as close as I'd get to a gun store near Philly. They have an indoor range too. You may want to call and see if they have rentals and instructors.Looking for reliable, low priced gun shops. We live in Philly and are close to S. Jersey and Delaware. Want background checks completed so no private owner sales please.
Partially true.2 Things.
First there are no cheap gun shops. Guns are expensive any way you cut it.
Second. You can't go out of state to buy a handgun. It's a violation of federal law.
That depends on how much the gun costs and what the fees charged. Slickguns, a sponsor here, tends to have great deals. A Walther PPS M2 for $418, with free shipping. That's likely to be cheaper than what I would find on the LGS shelves.However to purchase a handgun, you need to have it transferred from Purchase state-FFL to Home state-FFL .
With shipping and fees it won't save you any money, but if its the ONLY place that has what you want (maybe a collector's piece/limited edition/REALLY nice used), it might be worth it.
Again, the OP made one post back in January 2016, and you're here over two years later suggesting a gun store in Denver Colorado named Machine Gun Tours. Might or might not be a great store, but it's far from the location of the original request. The fact he said he wanted a background check suggests to me, he'd probably avoid a store who specialized in machine guns. It wouldn't bother me, but then who cares? I'm not in Denver either. Besides, he's long gone and probably long since purchased a handgun. Who knows though? Maybe he is still subscribed, moved from Pennsylvania to Colorado, and now wants a Tommy Gun. Fat chance. Do you work for that store? LOLIf you want to look online you can checkout www(dot)machineguntours(dot)com.