Looking for gun stores in NW WA

Discussion in 'Firearm-Related Business Discussion & Reviews' started by optrixs, Jun 15, 2009.

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    Hi:
    I'm going to see my dad he lives in Anacortes Wa and I'm looking for places to check out.So I'm looking around MT Vernon,Burlington,Whidbey island area.So tell me about pawn shops,gun stores places to go and maybe places
    not to go:).





    Thanks
    Scott Hannah
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    Is Hardley Davidson a cheap knockoff of Harley Davidson?? Like Safeway Select or something?? hehe kidding!
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    Darn, gave myself away. You can see I'm not a Harley guy. No motorcycles for me. Don't get me wrong they're cool - just not my thing.

    Where's the spell check?

    :cool:
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    Kesselrings is actually in Burlington (take Skagit Casino/Bow-Edison exit from I-5 and turn left on Old Hwy 99). An excellent shop, always busy.

    Yeagers Sporting Goods in Bellingham is also worth the trip (about 20 minutes north of Kesselrings on Northwest Av. in Bellingham).
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    +1 on Kesselring's and Yeager's.

    I bought my GP100 at Yeager's and I really like the customer service there, they are very friendly and helpful IMO. Their reloading section is rather sparse but their firearm selection is pretty decent in my opinion. My next wheelgun will quite possibly be purchased there because of the way I was treated.

    Kesselring's has a very large selection of just about everything firearms-related. Their customer service can be inconsistent but for the most part I've had very good service from them, sometimes outstanding. I bought my SIG there FWIW.
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    There's a new shop at the highway 20 exit, Skagit Firearms is attached to the new Holiday Sports building. It's right at the I-5/Highway 20 interchange. Not a huge selection but they have some interesting guns in stock. They even have some of the new S&W .22 AR clones.
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    Check out the Ace Hardware store in Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island to see what kind of hardware they sell. You'll like it!
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    +1 for Kesselrings. Full service gun shop. 3 gunsmiths on-site, lots of used long arms out where you can touch and feel, big stacks of ammo, lots and lots of accessories, lots of reloading. Not just a general sports store, but a gun store, since at least the 60's when I first saw it.