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Old 09-25-2012, 01:24 AM   #11
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I wonder why they won't accept any transfers from Bud's??
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Old 09-25-2012, 05:06 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by billt View Post
I wonder why they won't accept any transfers from Bud's??
Not sure. I'll ask next time I'm in.

The owner was absolutely cool as hell.

I hate shopping, I tend to know what I want, I go in, and make a transaction. The larger store is full of customers who want to handle everything and leave empty handed. Meanwhile, I'm stuck waiting, and about half of the time, I get attitude when I'm making a several hundred dollar purchase.

Pfrogner's was a breath of fresh air. I really can't say enough nice things about the place.

If you're in SW Pa, look him up.
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Old 09-25-2012, 11:14 PM   #13
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Well there is this place in town with all these old guns.... But Im not tellin' nodody !!!
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there really aren't any great gun shops around here, they all have the pluses & minuses but nothin to write home about.

one of the small local owned stores is hit or miss, i think i'm safe in saying i've had just as many bad experiences as good there. some of their used guns are way overpriced, i've seen 91/30's in fair condition for $175 & they've had a Nagant revolver for over a year listed at $259! a couple of the employees are just down right a-holes to anyone under 40 & will ALWAYS try to sell you a more expensive version of what you want (ie: "that rossi is junk, you need this smith & wesson"). however the other employees are super friendly & will let you look at & handle pretty much anything.

my local Scheels sporting goods is probably the best out of what we've got: huge selection, decent prices, & helpful staff
All I've had today is like 6 gummi bears & some scotch
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