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I have bought several firearms from Jeremy, and he’s my “go to” FFL! He’s a great guy with great ethics, and always willing help a client through any challenges they’re having. His prices are great, and he has mad skills with the Ceracoat !!
good prices on transfers and products and does incredible cerakote work
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I first met Jeremy few years ago when I bought a mantisx off of him. Then I bought a lot of ammo from him at the beginning of the pandemic since he was a pretty good source for that before the crazies came out. Then I had him do a couple cerakote jobs that came out stellar. Next he will be doing some reloading and I am excited to learn more about that as he gets it going.
This shop is the quintessential "local gun shop." The owner is friendly, knowledgeable and prompt, and the inventory is always impressive. If you're nearby check this shop out, and if you're not, use the online store!
Known quantity; finds obscure things; economical pricing; witty banter
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jeremy is basically the do-everything FFL you want; I’ve transferred and had help with over a dozen firearms over several years. I don’t live close but will make the hour-long drive because it’s worth it to deal with a private FFL.
Came here today to meet another forum member to buy a Glock. Was the best transfer I've had the pleasure of doing. Even though I was just there for a $20 transfer Jeremy treated me like I was there to spend $1000. He also talked to me like I was a friend with no judgement to be found. He was willing to answer all my questions about his other services and never once did I feel rushed out of his place. Not only a great price but great service. I only wish he wasn't an hour away. But needless to say I'll be going back to him for any service that I need that he can provide. A+
I don't know ... TOO honest. Wouldn't let me spend my $1000 in error
Didn't serve lunch or breakfast
I made arrangements to go out to Banks, Oregon to purchase a 300 Blackout rifle Jeremy built. It seemed to be exactly what I was looking for and it was priced incredibly reasonable. If anything it was so reasonable, I was cautious that there was something wrong with it. So I packed up my camel and took the 400000 mile drive out to BumF**k Banks ( Actually it was a really nice drive in the farm country on the way to BumF**k ).
After 12 hours, I finally got there and it was well worth it. ( only teasing about all the BS drive stuff. I'm just in one of those moods ). His shop is in his garage but that won't bother you one bit as you could eat off the floor and there wasn't a screw out of place. Instant confidence builder ! Long story short, because I already had a Springfield Armory Saint-Victor ( which I brought with me ) and my reason for buying the 300Blackout was for home defense and suppression, Jeremy showed me that my Springfield Armory ALREADY had a threaded barrel ( I didn't remember that ), and all I needed was the Omega 9K suppressor and I would be good to go. He essentially talked me out of spending $1050 on a gun I'd rarely if ever shoot. Have you looked at the price of SUB sonic 300 blackout ammo these days ?? Anyways, we spent another hour or two talking about all and everything firearms and when I left, I felt I not only was treated PERFECTLY as a customer but also as a friend. Thanks Jeremy. It was a treat to meet you and I will HIGHLY recommend you and your services at every opportunity. BTW, my buddy Tye, who you spoke with, can not believe I didn't buy anything more than an ammo can after driving all the way to Banks with my heart set on coming home with that new toy. You've made two new customers. Thanks again, Richard
This time around I had Jeremy do some cerakote on a 10/22 fun gun. I asked for Vortex Bronze, a black, some distress, but otherwise to just have some fun with it. I am incredibly impressed with how good it turned out. It's subtle and just what I was hoping for. This will not be my last cerakote done at Lucky's!
Note: Rifle was fully assembled when I picked it up. I've torn it down to do some trigger work and wanted to get images added to this review.
Well I finally got around to taking pics of the Cerakoting work that Jeremy of Lucky Sports did for my wife and me about 3 weeks ago. We couldn't be happier. These first pics are of what he did for my wife's 1911 and her Glock 17.
She wanted to do the slide of her 1911 in purple. IMHO that would have been sacrilegious. So with the help of Jeremy she was dissuaded. I suggested since this was WW2 Remington Rand ( Please no criticism ) It should be done in a battleworn finish. She nixed that idea. We decided on a tungsten gray finish with black controls and attachment
For her Glock 17 she decided on going with a purple slide with black splotches ( battleworn ) Women ! I can't figure out how she thinks !
I'll post more pics of what he did for me in another post.
Here's more work that Jeremy did for me
The first 3 pics are of an RIA frame that I had Cerakoted years back by an outfit in Molino.
I had Jeremy redo the whole thing.
The second 3 pics are of a Brownells frame I did recently.
Both frames have Marvel Precision .22 conversions on them that were also Cerakoted.