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Is a gun show the best/cheapest way to get a gun?

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Doesn't having a laser sight on a pistol kinda take the fun/challenge out of shooting at the range?

I liked the look on the laser and it is easy to take that on and off

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ok tenian..spill the beans. One just doesn't out of the blue buy weapons.

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ok tenian..spill the beans. One just doesn't out of the blue buy weapons.

nothin special.... went to the range with one of my fellow friends at the hospital and just got addicted to it

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The guys walking around at the gun shows looking to get rid of some of their personal stock is where you can find some of the best deals, but unless you're just looking for clips, holsters, etc.. the vendors are way over priced.

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Doesn't having a laser sight on a pistol kinda take the fun/challenge out of shooting at the range?

it ain't as easy as that....

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Wonder how loud that pussy would scream after getting beat down for trying to grab that cop's gun. No doubt, all the limp dicks would back his sorry ass when he cried police brutality.

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My brother in law runs the store.

Hope it's not Phil, cause he is a dick. charlottenian, you can still get good deals at gun shows if you work the place. Don't be afraid to low ball 'em and offer to not pay taxes (don't be afraid to by used either). Hyatt's is the highest priced shop around (look at the location and you'll figure it out). Mark and Lynn at Elite in Monroe are good people. They don't have an FFL, but shoot there when you can. Firepower in Matthews is fairly good on prices, but the wont offer any wiggle room. Also try Pineville Gun Shop on Main Street.

I like how the have the private range you have to qualify for

That's a joke. An extra 10 yards, wow.

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Hope it's not Phil, cause he is a dick. charlottenian, you can still get good deals at gun shows if you work the place. Don't be afraid to low ball 'em and offer to not pay taxes (don't be afraid to by used either). Hyatt's is the highest priced shop around (look at the location and you'll figure it out). Mark and Lynn at Elite in Monroe are good people. They don't have an FFL, but shoot there when you can. Firepower in Matthews is fairly good on prices, but the wont offer any wiggle room. Also try Pineville Gun Shop on Main Street.

That's a joke. An extra 10 yards, wow.

I said i liked it because you don't have to deal with people who have never shot before. I didn't say it was hard or anything. Sounds like you had a bad experience at Firepower. Hyatt's will come down a lot on their price. It's that high because of the people that shop there.

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