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Fisherman's is definitely not your ordinary 'box store' like GI Joes or Big 5. Walking in there is like walking into a small rod & gun shop, only it's much larger. It almost feels like you could ask for the owner and he'd come out and talk to you
I've bought 3-4 rifles and 2 handguns from Fisherman's. If you don't see what you want, ask them for a quote and you'll get a call from a guy at the office who can order just about anything for you. 2 of my rifles were special order, and they got them in within a week. They will sometimes negotiate on price, both in store and special order. They carry some reloading supplies and powder in the back. In addition to many rifles, shotguns, and handguns, they have started carrying "black guns" in 2008. Some of the gun counter guys are more knowledgeable than others. You wan watch their website for ads on rifles / shotguns. I recommend 'em.
I always try and stop into Fishermans when I get the chance. Their prices are fair, the service is pretty good, and it's never busy it seems - at least when I go. For a while there I was picking up XM193 from them for pretty good deal - cheapest .223/5.56 they had on the shelf somehow. Prices have since gone up sadly...
I've bought two of my three Glocks at Location #1.
- Friendly and knowledgeable staff
- Fair prices
- Will probably buy my next gun there
This is the type of place where you can go in and talk guns with the guys in the back during your lunch hour. I've been there many times just to ask questions. They have been more than willing to answer my many questions even knowing that I wasnt ready to make a purchase.
I live in Gladstone so I go by there everyday(stop in a lot of those days). I been away from guns and hunting for years and went in to see what was new. They have a great bunch of guys there and know there stuff.
Straight shooters all.
Great selection of related stuff and I dont care that much about the price as long as I know I am dealing with quality folks.
I'm a big fan of Fisherman's Oregon City, but lately, noticed their gun prices have been higher than the competition. Having said that, the staff at the gun counter are all excellent folks and always friendly and helpful.
Yep... I've yet to find a better price for 9MM in the area. Even Bi-mart was $13 a box, where Fisherman's was $12. .22 LR was a better deal at bi-mart, though. Things did run a little high during the shortage, but they were pretty high everywhere.