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They sometimes have good sales on ammo, and sometimes they can order in firearms
Prices are somewhat competitive sometimes.
They are owned by outfit from WA ( not necessarily bad) and shooting stuff IE: guns, ammo, reloading is like going to a big box store like sportsmans warehouse or Cabellas without the wildlife display but emphasis on whatever their suppliers are pushing ... All the .223. 9mm/308. and 6.5 crudmore stuff you can shake a stick at want bullets to relaod anying .32, .25, or anything not on the top 30 calibers, which is WHY YOU HAVE TO RELOAD IN THE FIRST PLACE forget it go to non corporate LGS.
They are fairly friendly, although customer service is a way to cut shrinkage. Kinda like going into a Sportsman;s Warehouse store with similar but more limited selection. If you need the latest thing chambered in 6.5 ****more they got it or are sold out of it and will tell you they can hold on for you. If you ask them about ammo for lever actions that isn't 30-30 or 45-70 they look at you very confused. If you don't shoot anything older than 20 years old fine place otherwise just go to the LGS like Bing n Bob's and they will either have it, be able to order it, or tell you how long it's been discontinued and likely tell you what it runs at gun shows or gunbroker when you can find it.