May Day Update!
Super cheap ammo!
We have just received a bunch of aluminum cased CCI Blazer ammunition for only (currently unavailable).
If you are not reloading 9mm, this is a fantastic budget option.
As I previously mentioned, tons of Buffalo Bore in stock at REALLY good prices.
I did not expect this week to be big on firearms, but it turned out to be!
We've got a shipment of KelTec KSGs, another PMR-30 should arrive today as well. We've been able to maintain a pretty decent collection of
very rare KelTec guns. Here's what we have in stock now:
On the Glock front, one more G43 is here, and also we've got a couple of G34 M.O.S. We sell our Glocks at MAP, which guarantees that you won't find
a new Glock cheaper anywhere else, and of course if you are buying on the Internet, there are also transfer fees and shipping, and you still do
I am leaving one 9mm MOS for myself and taking it to the range this Sunday - alongside one of our EoTech MRDS - check back for the range report.
Speaking of MRDS - we still have them at a price way below MAP - which means that we can't advertise the price, but we can sell at it. Just ask!
Also, a bunch of surplus Glocks arrived this week as well. Our G21 Gen 3 SF guns look like new, as does G27, the rest are just excellent. G23s, G27s,
and G17 is not something you will typically find on the surplus market, but we've got them all!
Last, but not least - two of the most interesting guns acquired this week.
The first of them is Colt Gold Cup National Match 1911 - which I was able to get at a distributor closeout sale cheap - so I am selling it well
below going price ((currently unavailable)). These guns are absolutely gorgeous - beautiful royal blue,
very tight, fantastic triggers, Bomar sights - there is really nothing I could possibly add to it. I am definitely keeping one for myself, and
I recommend that you get one, too :-).
The second one is Smith & Wesson 629 ($784.95 (special order)). This is a stainless steel gun with 6" barrel in 44 Remington Magnum. The original, blued model (29) was
featured in the Dirty Harry movies, and got an almost cult following. This is the improvement on that design.
6" is the ideal barrel size for the caliber - not too large, not too small. The gun looks very proportionate. And you really have to try the
single action trigger - Smith & Wesson revolvers are generally REALLY good in this area - but this one is one of the best I ever handled.