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Pullman will still do transfers?Good for GP. Playing backdrop for a news hit piece was dumb but I'm sure they have learned their lesson. Occasionally I'll stop in for ammo and even AR parts. What they have is usually decent quality (Sig, etc.) at a decent price. A couple times I've found used rifles at a very good price. They've always been nice to me. However, If I want a new gun I'll order it and transfer via Pullman.
I don't drink. I never said anything to defend him. Anytime his name is mentioned everyone attacks and calls him a rhino. Yet Snunu shut down his state for longer.... that has far less of a population. And Snunu skates?Stop drinking. You're drunk already.
Baker is a huge piece of shit and a self loving opportunist. Fvcking with us is his hobby. He doesn't give a rat's ass about anything but his approval rating.
There are a lot of places open if you know where to look.
I have seen a few other gun shops open in my travels
They are still open even if you do not know where to look.
GP probaly knows which ones are open too and is or will rat on them to save their own skin.Plenty of gun stores open still. My local one has been going non stop and increased their hours since last week.
Yet the Gun Parlor in Worcester decided to keep its doors open, although the governor’s executive order directs non-essential businesses to shift to remote work or close temporarily.
Gun Parlor in Worcester refuses to abide by governor's order closing non-essential businesses across Mass.Some gun shops in Massachusetts have temporarily closed. Others are scheduling orders remotely. The Gun Parlor in Worcester, however, decided to remain open despite the governor's restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.www.masslive.com
This. They are high cost anyway and are likely gouging the shit out of anyone that buys anything. But they probably cant afford to close and see an opportunity to empty theirs shelves of overpriced shit.My guess is the parlor staying open is for his personal financial situation and nothing to do with 2A.
If you mean "The Rat", he worships the almighty dollar so if he has the opportunity to make money he'll never pass it up. Personally I hope someone gives him CV19 and he doesn't survive. But I have no animosity against that SOB!Speaking of "rats", he has been open too. Maybe there is some truth to the idea of a pass...
In all honesty with most gun shops it's all about the $. There are a select few (as well as probably a majority of the small guys) that are actually big RKBA supporters, but others, well, they are just businesses that sell guns, ammo, etc.My guess is the parlor staying open is for his personal financial situation and nothing to do with 2A.