Gun Shop

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  • 203 Eisenhower Dr

    Savannah, GA 31406

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  • 912-238-3030

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Hours
Mon-Sat 10am-6pm ; Sun Closed

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I have visited this store on several occasions, and while I did find what I was looking for, the prices were a good 25-40% higher than prices elsewhere (mainly for ammo) and while several of the employees I have met were MORE than helpful (you can stay and discuss firearms, shopping, ammo, rifling, scopes, etc.) and were very willing to help educate poor me, the older fellow who works there seems to try to be getting me out of there as quickly as possible, giving me the bare amount of information to my queries, and on several occasions, flat out telling me that I can't afford some firearms I was looking at! I had just gotten back from an overseas trip, and had a hefty sum burning a hole in my pocket, and wanted to splurge on a very nice firearm, but after hearing him flat out telling me to my face I didn't want a specific firearm because it was too pricey for me, I decided to wait for one of Savannah's many gun shows to treat myself, which is my advice for you guys reading this: Buy ammo at pawn shops (usually 50 cents to a dollar cheaper per box) and buy your guns at the Gun Shows!
They DO perform firearms transfers for guns bought online or through the mail, and can do class III firearms and require a fee ($25 or $10 for military last time I checked) But I've never bothered with dealing the fellow who doesn't seem to like me, I'm not going to overpay to be hassled and rushed out!
Also: If you do go, make sure not to wear a hooded shirt/jacket, and keep your hands out of your pockets!

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I have visited this store on several occasions, and while I did find what I was looking for, the prices were a good 25-40% higher than prices elsewhere (mainly for ammo) and while several of the employees I have met were MORE than helpful (you can stay and discuss firearms, shopping, ammo, rifling, scopes, etc.) and were very willing to help educate poor me, the older fellow who works there seems to try to be getting me out of there as quickly as possible, giving me the bare amount of information to my queries, and on several occasions, flat out telling me that I can't afford some firearms I was looking at! I had just gotten back from an overseas trip, and had a hefty sum burning a hole in my pocket, and wanted to splurge on a very nice firearm, but after hearing him flat out telling me to my face I didn't want a specific firearm because it was too pricey for me, I decided to wait for one of Savannah's many gun shows to treat myself, which is my advice for you guys reading this: Buy ammo at pawn shops (usually 50 cents to a dollar cheaper per box) and buy your guns at the Gun Shows!
They DO perform firearms transfers for guns bought online or through the mail, and can do class III firearms and require a fee ($25 or $10 for military last time I checked) But I've never bothered with dealing the fellow who doesn't seem to like me, I'm not going to overpay to be hassled and rushed out!
Also: If you do go, make sure not to wear a hooded shirt/jacket, and keep your hands out of your pockets!

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