gun stores that have layaway

gun stores that have layaway

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wvfan

Fincastle, VA

#1 Nov 17, 2011
Lookin for a gunstore that has layaway in huntington.

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#2 Nov 17, 2011
Go to Classic Jewelry and Pawn in Barboursville...across from Kroger in the Pea Ridge area. They are great to deal with, have a nice selection, and have layaway. I've bought a couple guns there (1 on layaway) and I'm planning on getting another one, just as soon as I can make up my mind.

Oh, and if you are wondering, they do have a good selection of brand new guns. They're not your run-of-the-mill pawn shop.
BornIn69

Huntington, WV

#3 Nov 17, 2011
Kmart does gun layaway
wvfan

Fincastle, VA

#4 Nov 17, 2011
I've never actually bought a gun. I'm not a felon, never had a domestic assault or anything, what else could disqaulify me. O and I've never been in nuthouse or kicked out of army. Sorry for 100 questions just want to be prepared

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#5 Nov 17, 2011
BornIn69 wrote:
Kmart does gun layaway
Are you serious? I didn't even know they still sell them.
BornIn69

Huntington, WV

#6 Nov 17, 2011
sempron wrote:
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Are you serious? I didn't even know they still sell them.
lol Second largest gun retailer in the world

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#7 Nov 17, 2011
wvfan wrote:
I've never actually bought a gun. I'm not a felon, never had a domestic assault or anything, what else could disqaulify me. O and I've never been in nuthouse or kicked out of army. Sorry for 100 questions just want to be prepared
You should be fine. Are you wanting a handgun or rifle/shotgun?
wvfan

Fincastle, VA

#8 Nov 17, 2011
First one is a handgun for personal home protection. I've owned guns before but inherited em. Maybe get a new shotgun before turkey season comes up next. O and I'm 30 by the way. Someone told me you have to have a hunting license to buy a shotgun or rifle. Is this true?
wvfan

Fincastle, VA

#9 Nov 17, 2011
Goin ahead and thanking you all for your help also.
BornIn69

Huntington, WV

#10 Nov 17, 2011
wvfan wrote:
First one is a handgun for personal home protection. I've owned guns before but inherited em. Maybe get a new shotgun before turkey season comes up next. O and I'm 30 by the way. Someone told me you have to have a hunting license to buy a shotgun or rifle. Is this true?
No not true you dont need a license
wvfan

Fincastle, VA

#11 Nov 17, 2011
Them lyin sobs lol.

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#12 Nov 17, 2011
You don't need a license to own it. I think if you want to hunt with it, though, you will need to take a class to get your hunting license. Seems to me that if you were born 1975 or later, you have to take a hunters safety course before you can be issued a hunting license. You can take both the handgun and shotgun home with you same day, though. They just have to run a NICS check which takes about 5 minutes.
wvfan

Fincastle, VA

#13 Nov 17, 2011
I hunt on private property in which my family owns. Leaning towards a 40cal for the home protection.

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#14 Nov 18, 2011
wvfan wrote:
I hunt on private property in which my family owns. Leaning towards a 40cal for the home protection.
I carry a .40. It's a good defense round. What kind of hunting are you planning on doing? I hunt some public land around here, but I have a lease in Fayette county. If you plan on deer hunting, you might be in luck. I've seen TONS of them this year!
wvfan

Fincastle, VA

#15 Nov 18, 2011
More of a Turkey hunter. I deer hunt very rarely. Its a toss up between the 40 and a 45
Teflon

United States

#16 Nov 18, 2011
I don't know the exact laws but you can hunt on private property if you own the land or your parents own without a license. Sometimes when buying a gun you can be flagged, say if somebody has the same name and has committed a crime or something. It's happened to my dad before but it's not a big deal to straighten it out. You don't need any kind of hunting license to buy a gun, but there are some guns where you do need a special license such as fully automatics. You will need a concealed permit to carry a handgun hidden out of sight on you. You can take the hunter safety course to get you hunting license. It's a 2 day class I believe and you can contact the DNR for information. For a concealed permit ask a gun dealer for Chuck Yeager's number. He gives a class for it.
BornIn69

Huntington, WV

#17 Nov 18, 2011
For home defense i prefer .45 acp carbine assault riffle XD
Maxine

Statts Mills, WV

#18 Nov 18, 2011
Layaway? When shooting someone can wait till later? Lol (j/k'ing ppl)
wvfan

Fincastle, VA

#19 Nov 18, 2011
Maxine wrote:
Layaway? When shooting someone can wait till later? Lol (j/k'ing ppl)
That was good lol
rh

West Hamlin, WV

#20 Nov 18, 2011
I use a sprinfield armory xdm 40 cal for home defense, 17 round mag, vs 7-9 round for 45 acp

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