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the only problems i've had with dual smoking guns is FINDING THEM. not three weeks ago, i was hunting all around beaverton, following their trail of new and old locations, calling the only listed number i could find and getting a disconnected number message, talking to former landlords, trying to find out where the **** they are because they're the only place that carries a holster i'm looking for... never did find them.
now i see their website says they're back at the place their landlord said they'd moved from less than a month ago?
Last time I was there (5 months ago)..... I was OCing inside and they didn't say anything. I thought that was nice. I don't remember seeing much when I was there, a few Glocks and XDs and a rifle or two. It's funny how close they are to Beaverton High School lol
I have used 99 Gun and Pawn on McGloughlin in Gladstone (?) several times. Last time I used them for a transfer it was $20 plus the $10 background check. The whole Dual Smoking Guns thing gave me a bad vibe the last few times I was in there when they were still open. Nice enough guys, but I think they are running on a shoestring budget and I certainly wouldn't give them any money up front for anything.