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    Default Clearing out some of the dust

    Soooo... it's been 16 months since someone posted here in the Utah secion.....

    Anyone from Utah still out there?

    Anyone from the North?

    Any shooters at Wahsatch Shooters Association?

    Anyone?

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    Default Re: Clearing out some of the dust

    Ok..... 2 days 151 views, no replies.......

    All i hear is crickets.


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    Default Re: Clearing out some of the dust

    I do FFL transfers through them. Their NFA administrator is a stand up guy in my opinion. Their other customer service has some need for improvement. I have bought mainly from Kents, Sierraguns, and Sportsman.

    I no longer use the range there... too crowded and i hate the taste of other people's gunpowder due to insufficient ventilation. Instead i shoot up at Wasatch shooters.

    They don't carry crap for reloading so again i go to Kent's and Sportsmans.


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    I answered your question as if you were from the area... your profile says you aren't.... are you asking if I would buy from them over the internet? Yes they are reputable, some of their salespeople just aren't my favorite in the area. Their online support, as far as getting them to send off their FFL or do what i ask, is top notch, never had a problem. Their ammo prices kinda suck, but they sell a lot to the people that use their indoor range so you don't see good sales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbirds View Post
    I do FFL transfers through them. Their NFA administrator is a stand up guy in my opinion. Their other customer service has some need for improvement. I have bought mainly from Kents, Sierraguns, and Sportsman.

    I no longer use the range there... too crowded and i hate the taste of other people's gunpowder due to insufficient ventilation. Instead i shoot up at Wasatch shooters.

    They don't carry crap for reloading so again i go to Kent's and Sportsmans.


    Edit:

    I answered your question as if you were from the area... your profile says you aren't.... are you asking if I would buy from them over the internet? Yes they are reputable, some of their salespeople just aren't my favorite in the area. Their online support, as far as getting them to send off their FFL or do what i ask, is top notch, never had a problem. Their ammo prices kinda suck, but they sell a lot to the people that use their indoor range so you don't see good sales.

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    good to know thanks.

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    I am in northern Utah just joined the forum yesterday. Traded for a used USP 45 last week and I'm already in love with it. I joined up seems like a pretty good resource.

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    Default Re: Clearing out some of the dust

    How far north? Where do you shoot?

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    I live in Tooele county. There are plenty of places to shoot out here. Where are you at?

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    Default Re: Clearing out some of the dust

    North Ogden. There isn't as many places to shoot up here as down there. A lot more private land.

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    I lived in Logan for about five years by the end of my time there you couldn't shoot anywhere without paying.

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