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Okay, we had a chance to talk to the new guy down at EAA about the Saigas. There probably won't be any more Saigas brought into the country. The ATF has ruled that the 7.62 and 223 rifles can NEVER be brought in - no semiautos in those calibers from Russia. The Russian American Armory was just a bra...
- Fri Dec 30, 2005 8:21 pm
- Forum: Semi-automatic Pistols
- Topic: Springfield Armory XD 45ACP
- Replies: 5
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Thanks, now I'll get millions of calls on that pistol and haven't had one inkling of when it might be available. It is listed on The Armory's Gallery of Guns - but says "Allocated" Bill and I will be attending a dealer show in January out in Louisville KY and hope to get advance info right from Spri...
- Sun Nov 27, 2005 7:27 am
- Forum: General Forum
- Topic: From the VCDL - How to Write a Letter to the Editor
- Replies: 0
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Most of you who get the VCDL Newsletter have seen this. If you don't get the newsletter, you might want to subscribe. He's responding to a letter that was in his local paper, pro-gun but apparently not exactly right. Good Read! n reference to item #4 above, THIS is how it should be done: http://tiny...
One of our customers was talking to a local NFA agent who telecommutes and he told me that she said (all hearsay) that if you have submitted fingerprint cards during the year that the cards are good for a full year. Now, you will have to make a note indicating which forms (serial numbers, dates, etc...
Yes, we can sell long guns to non-residents as long as you have two IDs with the same address - #1 - your driver's license and #2 - car registration, hunting license, checkbook, voter ID, etc. The background check will cost non-residents $5.00 instead of the normal $2.00. Hopefully we'll be able to ...
Nah, just don't have room for it. We do have a customer come in who told us that his new pellet gun cost more than the three suppressed rifles he had did all together! They're not cheap and apparently more and more people are getting into the sport.
I think it's totally ridiculous! How in the world can you serialize bullets anyway???? One of the recent Gun List Magazines had an article about California saying that the Assembly had passed a bill which requires retailers to store ammunition "in a manner that is not accessible to the public"! Anyb...
- Sat Jun 11, 2005 7:00 am
- Forum: Semi-automatic Pistols
- Topic: Kimber stainless tle/rl ll. Where and how much?
- Replies: 8
- Views: 11112
I just ordered a SS TLE/RL. Wonder how long it will take to come in??? The other TLE/RL that I had was sold before it actually came in the store. Can't keep them in stock.
- Sun Jun 05, 2005 9:43 am
- Forum: News & Announcements
- Topic: The Armory's 10th Anniversary!
- Replies: 4
- Views: 8969
Wow, it just doesn't seem like 10 years have gone by since Bill talked me into making this little storefront our new store. We started with barely anything in it except SKSs and now look where we are! We didn't even have a lit up sign for the first couple of years but people actually found us anyway...
Guys, how many of you have used the Aguila ammuniton from Mexico? We've been selling quite a lot of their 22 ammo in the store and on the web and have just started selling other calibers. The 38 Special seems to be moving fast along with the 45 ACP. Anybody have any comments about the Aguila? Pro or...