That's the kind of information that is relevant to people. That's some hardcore screwing right there.HHB Guns said:I am going to keep my two cents out of this one for the most part....All I will say is yes they do charge 8% tax on the purchase price you paid when you transfer something in even though they didnt make the sale. I had a buddy try and transfer a tommy gun he bought for $12,000 and good ole arlin tried to tell him he was going to have to pay $900+ in tax to him. Needless to say he found a different dealer. OK my rant is done!
Yes. I had one of them advise me that I should track down and carry Black Talon ammunition for my defensive carry weapon. When I asked him why this was preferable to a modern expandable round he regurgitated all of the urban legends about it. I asked him about Federal HST rounds, he corrected me to DRT rounds and went on to discuss why the black talons were better. Okay...Avtomat-Acolyte said:Anyone experienced any problems with typical nonsense gunshop advice from any of the employees there?
Anyone observed higher-than-reasonable prices on in-stock guns?
Do they really charge sales tax on top of their $50 fee for a gun transfer?
Enjay said:I wanted to practice for my CWP class so we went in to use their range. I was mostly finished with my box of ammo before I looked down at the floor and saw big blood splotches and a whole mess of my bloody footprints. After confirming that I wasn't bleeding I picked up my stuff and went out to the counter to tell them there was blood all over the floor of the range. Their response was someone probably got bitten by their slide, happens all the time, we'll have to go clean it up. Two guys sitting behind the range counter, one person running the register, no other customers in line, and no one made a move to go clean it up, no offer of moving me to a different range, nothing. I washed my shoes off and left.