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Gun Shops off I-95

Discussion in 'Glockers of the Old Dominion' started by ckp_hokie, Aug 3, 2007.

  1. ckp_hokie

    ckp_hokie

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    I am meeting someone in Fredericksburg, Saturday to purchase a USP .40. Are there any gun shops between there and NOVA that are right off the interstate, where I can get some quality defense ammo? I have looked at the VA Gun Store posting, but anyone know which ones are the closest to 95?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Gilberts in Lorton is a couple streets off I-95, at the Newington exit. Shooters wasn't too far off 95, but they're not gonna be much help right now. Dawson's is a few miles beyond Shooters, going up Rt 1, but you might think that is off the beaten path.
     


  3. sigpro357

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    How about Gander Mountain in Fredericksburg. It's off Route 3 West Exit 130B about 1.5 miles from the interstate exit. You could do your transfer in the parking lot and go in to buy your ammunition.
     
  4. ckp_hokie

    ckp_hokie

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    Thanks sigpro357, thats where I have decided to go. Plank Rd.:)
     
  5. Or there's "The Range" on Potomac Creek Drive off Rt1 in Stafford County. Do the exchange, buy ammo, shoot ammo, at the same place. :thumbsup:

    Get off 95 N at the Stafford Airport exit, go to Rt 1 north, go a mile or so to Potomac Creek Drive, and a quarter mile down Potomac Creek on the right.
     
  6. Gun Shops here in NOVA carry .40 S+W defensive ammo.

    Why not just buy now and have the ammo when you pick the gun up?