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***  Store Schedule  ***

11am-5pm Monday to Friday

11am-3pm Saturday

Closed Sundays and Holidays

"your gun is useless without ammunition"

Get ammo when available. Don't wait until something happens...!

Ammunition has proven to be the most important commodity.

Plan and act now. Don't ever be caught up in another frantic

rush and overpay for guns, ammunition, mags, spare parts!

Without ammunition, the firearm is useless.

Without spare parts, a broken gun is useless.

Handgun purchases require 'notarized training certificate' and a two week waiting period.

Rifles and shotguns require a longgun permit. No one wants to deal with these procedures

but they are required and must be done along with filling out Federal fm 4473 upon pickup.

For rifles/shotguns: It takes two weeks to get a longgun permit and then it's good for a year.


Seriously considering getting Steyr AUGs, Tavors, SCAR 16 or SCAR 17 rifles?

Want to get the facts in building a dream AR or purchasing various handguns?

Got your longgun permit and/or handgun course certification?

 Then, come on by to see samples and learn about these with my demo guns.

Being properly informed is the best answer, not being sold by pitches or YouTube!


Firearms inventory is prioritized by track record and calibers that make sense,
not products that divert people from the path they need to take in the first place.

Being able to help others gain confidence with guns is more important than ever.

Introduce simple, common guns first - making it easier to build up others' abilities.

- Firearms for target & defense -

- Price, Perception, Practicality -


Jump to key references in this website:

Firearm Registration Procedures

Firearms and Equipment Recommendations

Musings & Observations: Facts to Consider

Rants & Raves: Interesting Industry Notes

Firearm Testing and Protective Gun Finishes

Building Up AR-15s: Pricing and Examples


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There will be more problems in society. There will be more anti-gun proposals.

There will be passage of more restrictive, illogical firearm laws that any thinking

person would agree does nothing to protect the law-abiding in any way at all.

In the end, it is up to you to protect yourself, your family and other Americans.

911 will not do it.  Being in denial won't help.  Believing lies will not help either. 

When the next big shooting atrocity happens in the nation and lawmakers with

personal bodyguards and near-immune status dictate the newest restriction on

your right to defend yourself, demand will outrun supply and prices will rise again.

Anyone wanting to be better prepared should have begun or already be completed

to solidifying their procurement of defensive firearms and necessary equipment.

Defensive fighting, disarm/counter drills, emergency rehearsals and procedures

should be prioritized few hours weekly instead of claiming "there's no spare time".

Without firearms, you'd better be capable of violent, decisive action.

With firearms, you still need to be capable of violent, decisive action.

Otherwise, we become another statistic.

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The final symbol of freedom in America is the right to own firearms.

People are becoming aware of the importance of firearms. What makes sense to buy

are proven and common items that also have attainable prices & value for everyone.

Items in this category will also be simple and conveniently fit many families' budgets.

Obtain longgun permits. Stock up on mags and ammo when you can; don't put it off.

Complete requirements for handgun certification. Get defined, aggresive training.

- Link: Practical thinking and practical firearms to procure -

EVERYONE's priorities should be: strengthen NRA and your state's local NRA

organizations, get practical firearms that make sense and can be easily taught

to family and friends. That is what matters and makes a difference for America.

Firearms Inventory, main listing

(qty) in purple: arriving in a week   (qty) in light green: in stock now   (qty) in black: sold in last 24hrs

Handguns, Rifles, Shotguns pictured on their pages are for reference and may not be in stock.

in inventory list below:  - link to report -  click for a featured shooting and usage test report

also in sections below:  - pictures -  click for link for inventory sample pictures per category

** pictures on linked pages are for reference only; current inventory and pricing may vary **


AR-15s: - pictures -

Aero stripped lower (0) build ARs!

Spikes stripped lower Punisher (1)

Spikes stripped lower Calico Jack (1)

Spikes stripped lower Spider (1)

Spikes stripped lower Spartan (1)

Spikes stripped lower Crusader (2)

Spikes/Windham M4 rifle (1)

Spikes/DPMS Oracle in Stealth Gray (1)

Troy M7A1 PDW stock kit (1)

Midwest 300 Blackout Hunter (1)

Midwest Minuteman Multicam (1)

POF DD Omega Rail piston rifle (1)

Shotguns: - pics -

Mossberg 500 12ga 18" Magpul (0)

Mossberg 500 12ga 18" short stock (0)

Remington 870 12ga 18" (0)

Semiauto .22 rifles: - pictures -

Ruger 10/22 16" hvy brl + bipod (0)

Ruger 10/22 takedown stainless (0)

Ruger 10/22 Magpul X22 stock BLK (2)

Ruger 10/22 Magpul X22 stock FDE (1)

S&W M&P15-22 standard (0)

S&W M&P15-22 Magpul (1)

Umarex HK MP5 (0) - link to report -

Military Bullpup Rifles:

IWI Tavor 5.56 (0)

Steyr AUG/A3 5.56 (0)


S&W model 442 2" .38 (0)

S&W model 686 4" .357 (0)

S&W BG 1.75" .38 (0) - link to report -

Ruger LCR 1.75" .38 (0) -report-

1911 handguns:

Kimber Covert Cerakote .45acp (1)

Rock Island Armory 9mm (1)

Beretta Handguns: - pictures -

Beretta 92FS 9mm (0)

Beretta M9 9mm (0)

Beretta M9A1 9mm (0)

Sig Sauer handguns:

P226 9mm std contrast sights (0)

P226 9mm night sights (0)

P226 9mm 25th Anniversary (1)

.22 caliber rifles (lever, bolt action)

Savage MKII .22 16", thrded brl (1)

Browning .22 Micro Midas (1)

Glock Handguns: - pictures -

Glock spare parts Gen1~4 in stock!

G34 Gen4 9mm (0)

G17 Gen4 9mm (0)

G19 Gen4 9mm (1)

G19 Gen4 9mm limited Gray (1)

G26 Gen4 9mm (0)

G35 Gen4 .40 (0) -conversion brls-

G22 Gen4 .40 (0) -conversion brls-

G23 Gen4 .40 (0) -conversion brls-

G27 Gen4 .40 (0) -conversion brls-

G21 Gen4 .45acp (0)

G41 Gen4 .45acp (0)

G43 9mm compact (2)

Other polymer handguns:

HK VP9 9mm (1) 9 & 40 mags avail

S&W M&P9 9mm 5" (1)

S&W M&P .40 (0) -conversion brls-

S&W MP22 3.5"compact (0)

S&W MP22 4" (0) - report -

Walther PPQM2 .22 4" (0) - pics -



Featured Firearms


Glock 43 9mm  Cash/debit $509

Ret $580, issued w/ 1 flush mag and 1 longer mag

Glock 19Gen4 9mm  Cash/debit $549

Ret $649, Gen4 models include 3 magazines


Savage MKII .22 16" 'Shorty'  $265

Undisputably the best value with most features for .22cal bolt action rifles under $300.

Large bolt knob, long scope mount rail, heavy profile fluted & threaded barrel. Ret $285.

(serving suggestion: add on basic 3-9x40 Simmons in Weaver quad lock rings, just $75!)


Get semiauto rifles, various parts and receivers NOW before something happens.

Complacent thinking 'all is quiet on gun issues' will bite us hard when it's too late.

Within one year there'll be more incidents/proposed restrictions before elections!

Spikes - DPMS Oracle optic ready 5.56 in Magpul Stealth Gray  $775

Magpul M-Lok SL series handguard, trigger guard, + Grip (rubber coated), SL buttstock.


Detail of DPMS Oracle railed gas block, ALG 4.5lb Combat Trigger. Total retail value $850.

Midwest Industries Hunter 300 Blackout  $1,275

Retail value for this 300 Blackout Hunter MI rifle is $1,550.   Blackout ammo is available!

Billet lower, Battle Arms Development short throw ambi safety, MI keymod handguard,

BCM gunfighter charging handle and grip, MI match stainless lightweight 16" barrel.

Daniel Defense - Windham Weaponry - AAC - Troy - Magpul upper  $940


Windham Weaponry complete upper receiver $115
Windham Weaponry 1in9 twist chrome lined barrel $230
Advanced Armament Nickel Boron complete bolt carrier group $200
low profile gas block $35 + gas tube $15 + standard charging handle $30 $  80
Daniel Defense M4 Railed freefloat handguard $270
Troy Medieval 5.56 flash hider $  45
Magpul Folding Sights front & rear set


Total of above: $1,040


 Stripped lower receivers are smart commodities

Go thru the process, secure a bunch of them now; they can be finished and built into rifles later.

Spartan Crusader stripped lower  $109

"God Wills It - War - Peace"

* These are limited production! *

"Pax Pacis - Bellum - Deus Vult"  

Spartan Spikes stripped lower  $109

Calico Jack Spikes  $109  Sold Out

Spider Spikes lower  $109  Sold Out

Punisher Spikes lower  $109  Sold Out

Milspec dim. receiver extension kits, Black

tube, end plate, lock ring, buffer, spring: $57

-these 5 parts also available separately-

heavy buffers also available

Milspec dim. receiver extension kits, FDE

tube, end plate, lock ring, buffer, spring: $57

-these 5 parts also available separately-

heavy buffers also available

mil-spec buttstock tubes, buffers, springs, etc in stock to complete your project

barrel nut/delta ring components, forward assist, ejection port door parts in stock

Troy M7A1 PDW stock kit  $425

don't be fooled by lesser copies of these

solid design. not easy to find. retail $495

Troy PDW stock fully extended

Troy PDW stock completely retracted

Diamondhead front and rear polymer folding sights featured on rifle above


Black Spider 3MOA red dot optic  $150


2015: This could possibly, finally be the most cost-effective 'best-designed-flattop-red-dot' clearly under $200 to fulfill ALL reasonable desires for a budget optic that we could bet on.

uses AAA battery - positive On/Off/brightness settings - auto dimming - lower 1/3 cowitness



On the topic of ammunition

Important and valuable 9mm: if you can't/don't want to use all kinds in your gun

then that gun wasn't the best choice! (or just be willing to use any 9mm ammo!)


Hornady steel cased 5.45x39, 60gr V-Max

 $29.95 / 50rd box

Hornady steel cased 7.62x39, 123gr V-Max

$44.95 / 50rd box  SOLD OUT


A new twist on US-manufactured ammunition: very interesting especially with many AR companies

(Olympic Arms, Adams Arms, Smith & Wesson, LWRC, Bushmaster, Spikes Tactical and others)

promoting their 5.45x39 or 7.62x39 uppers - some have been selling them for more than 5 years.

So, it isn't only AK rifles and Russian ammuniton - American companies have gotten into it as well.

How about steel cased 9, 40, 45, 223, 308 introduced from Hornady in summer/fall of 2011?

Be careful when reading glowing reports from companies & internet know-it-alls that brag how their

gas piston systems eliminate (!) carbon or gas fouling so you should buy their AR system/upper, etc.

Remember that ANY semiauto has an action that must unlock, vent and eject spent cases.

Review these pictures of gas piston systems and note how much crud still gets everywhere!

Link to an outstanding and very extensive report on brass-vs-steel-cased ammunition

with so many results in thorough detail that cover expected AND unexpected findings



Proven scopes for various applications, in stock at reasonable prices!

Simmons 3-9x40 duplex reticle

$60   retail $80

Redfield 3-9x40 with Tac-Moa reticle

$285   retail $350

Redfield Revolution has finger-adjustable turrets,

is covered by Leupold's unconditional warranty.

This has been a reticle many have hoped to see for many years, finally in a reasonably-priced Redfield.

Bushnell AR/22 2-7x32, side focus, 22 bdc

$155   retail $210

Bushnell AR/223 3-9x40, side focus, 223 bdc

$185   retail $255

Leupold Mark AR 3-9x40 P5, mil dot, 223 bdc

$375   retail $440

Leupold Mark AR 4-12x40 P5, mil dot, 223 bdc

$540   retail $625

Basic cost-effective AR flattop scope mount

Thumbscrews to lock down mount;  $55

American Defense AR flattop scope mount

Adjustable-width throwlevers;  $185

Burris PEPR mount for flattop ARs $95

Throwlever version (not pictured) $115

PEPR accommodates short front-to-rear length

scopes that may not fit in other fixed ring mounts

Not to worry; using scopes with any magnification above 3X will ghost out images of front sight tower

Proper height is built into majority of flattop mounts

so most folding rear sights will clear scope eyepiece


Burris M-Tac 1-4x24 Illuminated Ballistic CQ 5.56  $445  $395 prepay special price

Burris M-Tac 1-4x24 illuminated, 5.56 bdc

Quality, not price point     $445   retail $602

This could be the best value 1-4x power scope

for most distances / situations within 100 yards.

View of M-Tac's illumination dial and turrets

Best control: every half number value is 'off'

Best design decision: reticle stays same size

throughout all magnification settings 1 thru 4.

Burris M-Tac 1-4x shown above mounted on rifle

with American Defense 30mm throwlever mount

M-Tac reticle with red illumination

Reticle is black when power is off


Surefire Products are #1 for a reason!! Many models and support items in stock!!

- Everyday pricing on Surefire lights: 10% or more off Surefire's retail prices -

G2Z, M600 Scout, AA Outdoorsman, Xseries Tactical, LED Defender, Xseries Pro, Stratum, G, X400, X300


6PX Pro (High 200 / Low 15 lumen power modes)          Fury (one setting: very high power 500 lumens)

Surefire original parts available at very low closeout prices!!

Surefire older parts and bulbs: way below cost; half price! ($30 items --> just $15!  $20 items -> $10!)


Cost effective and useful lighting products


200 lumen 2AA: $42.95, 160 lumen 1AA: $24.95   Streamlight 340 lumen D-cell Seige Lantern: $39.95

Many shooting accessories and cleaning/maintenance items available


Magpul accessories, shotgun ammo carriers, Harris bipods, Ergo and Blue Force accessories, pepper spray


Surefire lights, Hoppes boresnakes, cleaning accessories, HKS speedloaders, Blackhawk, Fobus


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