Where to buy Glock Mags in Phoenix

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by madmike2u, Jul 19, 2007.

  1. madmike2u

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    I have a friend who's new to the whole shooting thing and needs a couple new Glock Mags. I Was looking for a good shop in Phoenix where she could pick some up. Any suggestions?

    Thanks!

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    Order new mags from Glockmeister.com, they are in that area. I've ordered from them several times, and every time has been a wonderful experience.
     

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    I second CDNN. The price is the best I've seen.
     
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    Sorry, I should be more clear. I'm looking for a walk in "brick-and-mortar" store that I can direct her to.

    Thanks!

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    Sorry man. If she buys 5 mags at $16.99 a piece plus $10.00 shipping for all, and her brick and mortar store has them for $26.99, you think it's wise to have her spend $40.00 more for the same thing? I thought this was your friend you were trying to help out? If she doesn't have a credit card, maybe you can loan her yours.
     
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    Glockmeister is out in Mesa and she can go in the store there. In Phoenix Legendary Guns at 19th Ave and Coulter, Lone Wolf Guns at 51st Avenue and Peoria, Randalls firearms at 51st Avenue and Olive, are a few of the stores that come to mind as brick and mortar stores that she could visit.
     
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    What area of the valley does your friend live?

    They will do better price wise off the web. Glockparts.com has pretty decent prices and uses inexpensive shipping of USPS. Usually get parts in a few days.

    Most brick and mortars stores I have seen are $25 or so plus 8.2% or so sales tax.
     
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    Brick and morter stores charge more for mags most of the time as they have rent to pay. Im in Surprise and im getting ready to do a mag order from mu Glock dist if you want my help.
     
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    Thanks for everyone's concern about my financial well-being. :supergrin:

    I normally buy everything online... hey, I build web stores for a living! But this is a special circumstance where she's traveling, not familliar with the area and needs them before Monday.

    Thanks for all the help!

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    What kind does she need? I have some in stock.
     
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    Mike, head to Cabellas. They have them.

    There is also an indoor range "all american" or something like that. They have them as well.

    If you need them NOW, head to Cabellas, don't forget to get some frys and fudge too!!!

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    Glockmeister in Mesa is a very good store.
     
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    The Phoenix area is a big place. I live in the Southwest valley and it takes an hour to drive to Mesa in the east valley and 40 minutes to downtown. More specificity in her location would help.
     
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    She'll be flying into Phoenix on Sunday AM, and will need to be in Sedona for a dinner meeting.

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    topglock or glockmeister
     
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    If I needed them that quickly, I'd go to whatever gun store is in the area. In north Scottsdale, SGC has them for $25, which is pretty standard for retail.

    What part of town are you in?
     
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    If she is renting a car a driving to Sedona from Sky Harbor she could make a stop at Shooter's World. She will probably take I17 north. Shooter's is a few blocks west of I17, just south of Indian School Rd. Take 17 north to Indian School, turn left a the top of the ramp, left again at 28th AVE. Wendy's on the corner. Then south on 28th about 1/4 mile. Shooter's on the right. To get back on 17 reverse course and get on 17 north to Flagstaff.

    They open at 9 a.m.

    I can't be sure they have what she is looking for, but it's on her way. Pretty easy on off the highway. Just don't hang around the neigborhood too long and tell her to keep her doors locked on the car. Nothing has ever happened to me, but it's not the greatest of areas.

    http://www.azshootersworld.com/
     
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    If she misses Shooter's here is a place in west Sedona on 89 in West Sedona. Not sure if it's brick and mortar. I've been to Sedona many times, but never noticed the place. I suppose you or she can call.

    Munds Mountain Gun - more info »
    155 Oak Creek Blvd, Sedona, AZ
    (928) 282-3528