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How is this place still in business?
How is this place still in business?
Well, Ive held my tongue for a while.
Im done with the Powderhorn.
Ive been patronizing them for a long time,decades, since they were located around the corner at the other location.
Last time I was there, a discussion of post and pre-ban mags came up and I was told "fu&* the mag laws. They are BS. Buy what you want. The cops will never prosecute anyone for a post ban mag. "
I didnt see any post ban mags for sale though.
I was looking at a rifle that has been on the rack for almost a year. I asked if they could do better on the price and possibly move it. I was told no way and that the rifle had only been there for a couple weeks. More BS.
My son was with me and was disrespected when he had a retort to one of Mark's lame remarks.He was actually smacked across the head and almost had his hat knocked off.
My son turned around and gave me the "Im gonna punch this guy" look and I knew it was time to leave.
The prices are high, the discussion not particularly stimulating and the attitudes suck.
Transfer fees are high,ammo prices high, used crappy gun prices are high.
I have numerous times watched and heard the employees bad mouth a customer after they have left the store.I guess its easy to talk smack behind someone's back after they leave the store.
On top of that, the place is dirty. I always feel like I need a bath after going there and they could at least dust the guns off after sitting on the rack for months and months.
Anyone who lays a hand on a customer deserves to be out of business.
Its M&M or Four seasons for me from now on.
Are you serious!!!!!????
He accually hit your son????
Report his ass.You'll be doing Cape Cod a favor by getting his FFL taken away.
Sounds like "Dowd Extortion Warehouse" south....
LE calls warehouse; warehouse picks up guns. Warehouse dictates service fee for pickup, storage and redemption with no state regulation or oversight of the fees charged. If you have expensive and cheap guns you cannot bail out the expensive guns without also paying all fees on the cheap ones.How does the bonded warehouse work?
LE brings him confiscated firearms? He then sells them?
Eastmans sporting goods in Falmouth has shotguns and rifles but no handguns.
IIRC, Jim will get you handguns if you ask. (as long as there's no compliance issues of course)
joey if your going down that way you may want to try Telephone: 413-592-5000 Ricky's gun room in chicopee MA, all military-----have not been there in years so CALL FIRST
OK..........eating some crow. I defended the guy in a past post and now must recant. After spending $3000.00++ there (me and two of my sons) I was told by Marc (quite some time ago....maybe a year ago) that the primer shortage was over. I suggested to him that he was either drunk or high which began a verbal spew that pissed me off to a fairtheewell. I returned about a month or two later (out of necessity only) and was accused by Marc for being a "trouble maker". I refreshed his memory about suggesting that the primer shortage was over. He flat out denied saying it and huffed off. Jerry, one of the good guys there gave me a wink as to say that Marc is a BS artist extraordinaire. Like others, I've witnessed verbal abuse to customers and down right insults. Defies logic that he's still in business. The only thing I can think of is that he's just about the only show in town. Were there one bit of competition, I believe he'd be gone in a flash.