Which local gun shop you prefer?

Which local gun shop you prefer?

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John

Patton, MO

#1 Aug 9, 2009
I am new to Poplar Bluff and I'd like to know your input on which gun shop I should put my business through.

I'm looking for helpful staff and good prices, thanks everyone.

Also, do any shops offer cleaning courses or informational courses?

Thanks again, John.
I TELL IT LIKE IT IS

Campbell, MO

#2 Aug 9, 2009
ROCKY TOP GUN SHOP

THE SHOOTERS SHACK

Both of those are good!
kevin

United States

#3 Aug 9, 2009
Cane Creek Outdoors
John

Patton, MO

#4 Aug 9, 2009
I TELL IT LIKE IT IS wrote:
ROCKY TOP GUN SHOP
THE SHOOTERS SHACK
Both of those are good!
Hey thanks guys, much appreciated.
cjs

Saint Peters, MO

#5 Aug 9, 2009
cjs is the best. i love the service
Only One

United States

#6 Aug 9, 2009
Rocky Top All the WaY!!!!!!!!
gun guy

United States

#7 Aug 9, 2009
Yea, I would like to ask a question as well please!!
I bought an old gun a few years ago from a friend that needed the money. The gun had been painted for duck hunting, so my question is; is there any easy way restore the gun back to its original condition?(stock and barrel)
Thanks in advance for any info!!
soak

Saint Peters, MO

#8 Aug 9, 2009
get some muratic acid and spray it down real good. let it sit for about an hour and the paint should wipe right off leaving the original finish.
Otto Skorzenys Ghost

Lexington, TN

#9 Aug 9, 2009
Is Mikes Gun Exchange still around? That's where I did all my business. And what about 303?
yes

Saint Peters, MO

#10 Aug 9, 2009
Otto Skorzenys Ghost wrote:
Is Mikes Gun Exchange still around? That's where I did all my business. And what about 303?
oh yes.. mike always has the best selection
Wyatt Earp

Williamsville, MO

#11 Aug 9, 2009
Instapawn, across the highway from Rocky Top, normally has the best prices in this area. And they have a decent selection.
Some Texas Tower Guy

Quitman, AR

#12 Aug 9, 2009
The one that asks the least amount of questions.
gun guy

United States

#13 Aug 10, 2009
soak wrote:
get some muratic acid and spray it down real good. let it sit for about an hour and the paint should wipe right off leaving the original finish.
Thank you, I think I'll give that a try!!
I TELL IT LIKE IT IS

Campbell, MO

#14 Aug 10, 2009
Wyatt Earp wrote:
Instapawn, across the highway from Rocky Top, normally has the best prices in this area. And they have a decent selection.
TWO THUMBS down!!!
Miss Kitty

Poplar Bluff, MO

#15 Aug 10, 2009
I've had great luck with Instapawn as well. The owner is very matter of fact but he knows his stuff. He will work with you if you don't give him attitude. Their product is good and reasonably priced.
I TELL IT LIKE IT IS

Campbell, MO

#16 Aug 10, 2009
Miss Kitty wrote:
I've had great luck with Instapawn as well. The owner is very matter of fact but he knows his stuff. He will work with you if you don't give him attitude. Their product is good and reasonably priced.
In that case I give them THREE THUMBS DOWN!!!

ROCKY TOP or SHOOTERS SHACK
No Question

United States

#17 Aug 10, 2009
Rocky Top...no question, honest guy! He won't bs you and will tell you like it is not what you want to hear. Only one we do business with.
kevin

United States

#18 Aug 10, 2009
We have bought several guns from Cane Creek Outdoors and no one could come close to the price. $20 over cost.
depends

Malvern, AR

#19 Aug 12, 2009
gun guy wrote:
Yea, I would like to ask a question as well please!!
I bought an old gun a few years ago from a friend that needed the money. The gun had been painted for duck hunting, so my question is; is there any easy way restore the gun back to its original condition?(stock and barrel)
Thanks in advance for any info!!
As far as the barrel goes im not quite sure, but muriatic acid would more that likely take the paint off, but would also probably wipe out alot of the bluing as well...i would reccommend Parkerizing the barrel and action unless you know a gunsmith who is good at hot bluing...with the stock, is it a wood stock or synthetic? for a wood stock and forearm i would just sand it and restain it...for a synthetic stock, you should have no problem just spray painting over it...i spray paint my stocks on my target rifles, and it looks just fine, just spend the extra money for a good covering paint and take your time
Want to know

United States

#20 Jan 3, 2010
kevin wrote:
We have bought several guns from Cane Creek Outdoors and no one could come close to the price.$20 over cost.
Where is Cane Creek Outdoors? Thank you!!

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