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Gun Stores Around The Phoenix Area

Discussion in 'Grand Canyon Glockers' started by KyleMN, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. KyleMN

    KyleMN

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    I'm semi familiar with that whole area but when I drive up from Yuma I like to try to stop at least one just to see what is for sale considering I only have 2 down where I am.
     
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    I hit the pawn shops when I was there with Zonny.
     

  3. MarkinAZ

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    Stop at Bear Arms, SE corner or Shea and Scottsdale Rd. East of the Dairy Queen.
     
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    Randall's, Southeast corner of 51st Avenue and Dunlap.
     
  5. deserttactical45

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    Shooters world and shooters vault are good shops
     
  6. SGT HATRED

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    Randall's is great! One of their clerks put my para p12 back together for me after I tried to install an extended beaver tail incorrectly. Very nice staff.
     
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    Yep, I like the atmosphere. Been doing business there for 20 years. Kinda' small and kinda' cluttered, but homey, and a lot of stuff. Usually a pretty good selection and can get you just about anything you want.
     
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    TN.Frank Liberty or Death

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    There's also a Cabela's just East of 99th Ave. on Glendale Ave. I've only been back to AZ. for about 4 weeks and I've already been to Cabela's about 6 times, LOL.
    A buddy of mine and I use to hang out at Randall's quite a bit back in the late '80's. Not been there since I've gotten back though. I'd like to find some place with cheaper primer/powder prices then Cabela's, they're not terrible but they're also not great either.
     
  9. rotorwind

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    I'm in PHX few times a month and always stop at Scottsdale Gun club. They have a pretty good selection. Sportsmans Warehouse has some good deals sometimes too.
     
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    Pistol parlour in Mesa and lone wolf in Glendale are my two favorites.
     
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    My "go-to" gun shop is AZ Firearms & Collectibles in Tempe. (University and Priest - just east of the intersection on the south side of University) I don't purchase a lot - but every gun I've ever bought in AZ from a gun shop, I've bought there (beginning in 1991 - 6 guns total).

    Also, just discovered a shop 1/2 mile from my house that seems pretty decent - Healy Arms in Tempe. (McClintock and Baseline - just east of the intersection on the south side of Baseline. Strip mall across the street from Target.)
     
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    Just bought a G17 Gen 4 from Tombstone Tactical in the Metro Center round about. Busy guns store. Had great time.
     
  13. Pop N Glock

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    Well, there's Glockmeister in Mesa and Merchant Firearms in Ahwatukee. C2 Tactical in Tempe and Bass Pro Shop in Mesa. No shortage of them in the Valley.
     
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    Geez I First replied to this thread in 2012. Since then I moved to Tempe and back to the west side. In Tempe I loved AZ Firearms and pawn. It was right across the street from my townhouse. I bought maybe 4 or 5 pistols from them. In the beginning I was able to haggle the price but after Sandy hook they didn't budge. It's been a while since I've been there but they have expanded to another location as well.
     
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    I will be hitting Phoenix soon. Which of the Glock dealer stores are the best to visit?
     
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    I like Scottsdale gun club
     
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    + 1 for Scottsdale Gun Club. Fair range prices, A lot of gun eye candy. huge selection of accessories, Occasional good LE Glock trade ins for sale. Only place I have found that has a good supply of Blue Label Glocks on hand without any extra mark up from Glock recommended pricing. I believe Scottsdale sales taxes are a little lower. (Yuma = 10.71% and Scottsdale= 9.8%).