Down here in Texas many shops are closed on Sundays (some Monday as well) but Saturday is pretty much always a full workday.
As for selling parts, most don't sell lower parts kits but they stock magpul butt stocks and the like.
Transfer business is how a place can get people to come in and...
Pure nonsense. They are racking up the bills against your friends range to drive him out of that endeavor. We are treated like second class citizens as long as we allow it. Kinds funny considering the overall situation...
Removing the stain of Jimmy Sheppard is going to take some time. He ripped off a good friend since he began running Gartman and I am sure there are many people with a bitter experience courtesy of that gentleman.
Just called them today (haven't done so for a while now) and learned that Sheppard is no longer there. Anyone know when they changed ownership and how the store is compared to it under his ownership?
In many cases, they don't care about numbers for/against.
They care about taking your guns.
Soros can find them a job if they lose office, but once your weapons are gone, it's fists and headbutts for you.
Don't kid yourself that they give two shits about your letter writing campaign.
Been looking at some nice guns for sale here and elsewhere and I am wondering what the situation is in the city of Albany. Is there any restriction beyond that of the State of NY, which limits you to either a pre-ban AR or one that has limited "evil features?"
In case the ad dies out, it's for a 1970s Colt Ar-15 (marked as such) with flash hider and bayonet lug. My understanding is that since it's pre-1994 it's GTG.