Dave-HuldraArms wrote:yuppiejr wrote:Superb... this and a direct response in less than 24 hours to an inquiry via your web form about a firearms purchase.. you guys really walk the walk.
This is one of best compliments we can get, thank you. I am not sure what your contact was with us but this is what we strive for, great customer service. If it was with me about a Huldra, I can't match the screen name sorry.
We know the firearms and ammunition area is growing so we are looking at all sorts of stuff. I know the boss would be mad if I let all the cats out of the bag but so you know, we are listening and hear you, and on top of that, appreciate your feedback!
Seismic Sam wrote:There is no problem with Gouger Mountain having pistol ammo out on the shelves, because once you see the obscene price you will pass out from shock and won't be able to buy it!!
RAGGED wrote:Seismic Sam wrote:There is no problem with Gouger Mountain having pistol ammo out on the shelves, because once you see the obscene price you will pass out from shock and won't be able to buy it!!
I find Bills prices on Ammo just as bad if not worse, $25 for 5 Remington slugs that are $12 everyday at Fleet Farm, $35 for a box of Hornady 380 that run $20-22 everywhere else, no thanks.
Ken wrote:Ever heard the term "captive audience"? As long as there are people who will pay that, the prices will remain unchanged.
Dave-HuldraArms wrote: Im not sure how the Fleet Farm Full Metal Jacket suggestion will go but I will pitch it to the bosses!
ranger wrote:The handguns could be displayed better though. Too many crammed in to a small area making it difficult to view the whole gun.
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