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Old 05-19-2017, 6:09 PM
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Default Sportsmans Warehouse opens in Yuma AZ.

Got a chance to stop in there yesterday. Surprised me a bit, great selection even on powders and reloading kit. Pricing considering brick and mortar was not bad at all.

Stunning to see the wall of pistols they had in stock.
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Old 05-19-2017, 6:39 PM
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Yes for a brick and mortar store, the one that opened in my ao is not too bad.
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Old 05-19-2017, 7:00 PM
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I've purchased 4 firearms in the last 2 years from Sportsman's Warehouse at the Redding location.

The price point was excellent for what I was looking for.

$1600 for a Benelli M4 comes to mind.

I did experience fud on one occasion from one of their salespersons. Price point wasn't the issue.
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F the big box stores. Support Sprague's.
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F the big box stores. Support Sprague's.
Ya, and their $75 transfer fee in a free state. Screw them too.
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We're getting one in Eureka. Opens next month. LGS folks none too happy. Can't ay I blame them.
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We're getting one in Eureka. Opens next month. LGS folks none too happy. Can't ay I blame them.
I see where you're coming from. That being said, the gun stores in Redding have adapted and have managed to survive financially due to services that the big box stores fail to provide.

Once the big box firearms dealers figure out how to hire a quality gunsmith, the little guys will continue to prosper.
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F the big box stores. Support Sprague's.
I shop there often, always a good experience there too. Great selection of used guns.
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Good for Eureka and Redding. No sales tax at the Warehouse in Medford. Nice stores with good help.
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Yeah, I use the Sportsman's Warehouses here. For ammo a bit pricier than most LGS around but ok in a pinch. Always a good selection. Buy cleaning supplies and fishing equipment mainly. Even ice melt. They always have current fishing conditions posted.
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All I know is I rather go there than BPS.
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More ammo will be available just across the border? Got to love Yuma.
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Got a chance to stop in there yesterday. Surprised me a bit, great selection even on powders and reloading kit. Pricing considering brick and mortar was not bad at all.

Stunning to see the wall of pistols they had in stock.
That was a shocker to me too at the Hillsboro, OR store. Looked like 80 guns on the wall. Powder prices were $3 - $4 a pound cheaper too. 8# about $20 cheaper than anywhere around here.
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