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T&T Gunnery: Don't waste your money there


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#261 OH UNCLE PAUL

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Posted August 14 2014 - 09:21 PM

I'm only here to see who put this back on the recent posts.

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#262 mafr0201

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Posted October 04 2020 - 09:09 AM

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#263 pequa1

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Posted October 04 2020 - 10:14 AM

I got along fine with Marty but I do miss Hank.  ( bump )



#264 Fotheringill

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Posted October 05 2020 - 12:39 PM

Everyone has a story about this place or that place. After eight years, i know where and how to shop for guns and gun related equipment. There are several stores in both Nassau or Suffolk from which to choose I don't frequent the ones from which I don't receive knowledgeable and courteous service. I am not there to pick someone's brain and then order from Bud's to save some money. I have learned to seek advice from other shooters I know and trust at the range and from on-line forums (knowing which posters to ignore and which are to be heeded). A lot of it probably stems from a. hiring friends and family, and b. becoming complacent in the store's share of sales in the area.  






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