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Old 09-13-2013, 09:08 PM   #1
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Anybody on here familiar with this store & range in Meridian? I'm wondering about range rules (BYOammo?) and reviews on their coatings services.
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Old 12-02-2013, 11:47 PM   #2
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They have a good, well stocked store but they tend to be a little pricey. Their range is a good indoor range and costs 16 an hour. They also have memberships available at different price points. I use them some but avoid the range because they state in their rules that any brass that hits the floor is theirs. I reload so I don't use their range unless it is old brass. You can bring your own ammo.
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They have a good, well stocked store but they tend to be a little pricey. Their range is a good indoor range and costs 16 an hour. They also have memberships available at different price points. I use them some but avoid the range because they state in their rules that any brass that hits the floor is theirs. I reload so I don't use their range unless it is old brass. You can bring your own ammo.
That is exactly why I don't shoot there. Besides, I have an outdoor range where I shoot so I don't have to pay a membership and can pick up my brass for reloading.
Yes, their prices are a bit high and I sort of look at THEIR business as catering to the people in Meridian who have plenty of money.
I got them to transfer a gun I bought on the web ONCE. Their web advertisement said they transferred for $25. When I picked up my shotgun they charged me $35. I complained but nobody cared to try to change my transfer to $25. They just said the Gun Broker web advertisement needed to be updated. Well, I guess it did! That was my last dealings with them.
If I want to buy a gun I go and see Dewayne Thomas at Thomas G&P or CW Garret at Garret's Sports Center. Garret's has the best prices on new guns. And if I want something transferred, I go to a guy in Pearl who transfers for $10 and visit my son and Bro-in-law while I am there.
That is just my $.02.

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