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Posted May 13 2017 - 06:32 AM
Nothing stops you from making an offer on a firearm, new or used. You may be mildly surprised by the answer.
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Posted May 13 2017 - 09:11 AM
I have probably bought one or more guns from most of the gun shops in Nassau county and a few in Suffolk. Most of the time they have treated me with respect. If the place was crowded I knew I wasn't going to get a lot of attention so I would go back. I make a habit of not going peak times. For the most part they all have close to the same prices. I'm not going to waste $20 in gas to save 10 bucks. I never had an issue with CGT. Yes some of their stuff can be overpriced but they have it while others have told me it could take months. I even scored some pretty decent deals there. On the other hand I have also walked out. Where ever you go be patient and do your homework. My two cents .......
Posted May 13 2017 - 10:24 AM
Jose was the manager of American Outdoors. I hope his experience doesn't cause another gun store to go out of business!
I remember Jose, he's at CGT now?
Posted May 13 2017 - 10:26 AM
I have to say, when Jean was there I got better service. Once you got to know her she was very helpful.
The fact that she went to work at a big box store for the money they pay speaks volumes.
I liked dealing with her also - she was friendly and helpful to me and was nice to my pregnant wife when she came into the store as well.
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