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Discussion in 'California Glockers' started by Habakkuk, Aug 21, 2007.
awesome thanks forgot about big 5 and the gun shows. They like have them every month or so
At the advice of this thread I checked out Sportsmen's Supply in Campbell. They were very courteous, had a good selection, and fair prices. Surprisingly good prices on ammo for a gun shop too... The best part is that I'm now the proud owner of a M1A Loaded too (OK in 8 more days, but who's counting)
highbridge arms san francisco. cesar chavez and mission
I purchased 2 pistols from Highbridge...I had been referred to them by a buddy of mine. The first purchase went well and they treated me ok...The second purchase didn't go so well. Without getting into all the drama, needless to say, I wont EVER purchase another firearm (or anything else!) from Highbridge.
On the other side of things, Bullseye has bent over back wards to make sure I was taken care of. Bill, the owner, is constantly making sure you're squared away...He gets all of my business.
Yes, they are a great group of guys. The one store I'd stay away from would be Reed's, the sales staff sucks and will outright insult you because of gun choice. A friend of mine wanted to go see the 21SF and some other stuff at their Glock sale this weekend, so I tagged along with him. I wanted to try out a Hogue grip on my TRP Operator, and the *****hole behind the counter says to me "why dont you buy a REAL 1911?" and when my friend asked to try the grip out on his Kimber Pro CDP, he says the same thing. Then he REFUSES to sell my friend a gun because he cracked a joke about buying a .22 for his girlfriend, saying it was a straw purchase. All my friend did was make a joke, saying the .22 was for his girlfriend (since the dumb clerk behind the counter kept insisting on buying a higher caliber), but clearly stated several times he was buying it for himself. Anyway, just wanted to give you guys heads up, there's much better stores out in the area if you are a Reed's customer.