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    He is prob the one that you dont like but, Meyers gunshop north of bath has been my go to guy for years and years. a real old school gun shop. Doesnt take Credit cards tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkvtaco View Post
    I dislike Army navy and suggest avoiding them. I do like C&D on broad street in Bethlehem but the best two I have dealt with is Boyers and Dunkelburger in Stroudsburg.
    How good were the prices regarding the items you bought at Dunkelberger's?

    The few times I was there, their ammo and magazines were a bit on the expensive side.
    ...and they have a plan...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyfac View Post
    +1 for Boyers hardware, and on your way you can stop a Precision Armaments. they are on 873 just before slatington. Charlie is a real nice guy and is an expert machinist. He deals a lot with ak and ar stuff. Helped me out a few times.
    +1 Been happy with Boyers and heard good things about Precision Armaments

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    Like your picture taken for files in NYC ? go to Dunkelbergers!

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    I like C&D in Bethlehem. It is a small ma & pa shop and the owners are pretty friendly. If they don't have something in stock they can order it pretty quickly and their prices aren't unreasonable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by father-of-three View Post
    How good were the prices regarding the items you bought at Dunkelberger's?

    The few times I was there, their ammo and magazines were a bit on the expensive side.
    The sig i bought was the same as it was online but it was actually in stock not backordered.

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    um lets see here, Handgunner in Topton is an awesome place, Boyers in Slatington is really good, Quimby's outside of Doylestown (just bought a used shotgun from them and they lowered the price when I asked, definitely reccomend them) , Blue Sky Gunshop in Coopersburg (under montana west or what ever its called now, nice guy wanna send him some love), Donnleys in quakertown (prices are ok, but my goto place for transfers), Golden Trigger in Emmaus (good selection but pricey. The wife is pretty nice but the guy is kind of a toole). Thats about all I can think of off the top of my head right now.


    Rick

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    AS stated the Handgunner and Boyers are both good shops. Ive been to precision as well, and he seems to be a nice guy, just a bit slim on inventory right now.

    joe

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    If you want to ride a bit,Mark at Wallenpaupack Sports Shop Has under-cut every LGS in Monroe,Wayne,Pike Countys,I am only a customer there but treated respectfully,honestley,and given best deals on new guns,His prices on buying used are about the same everywhere unless used as a trade up,Good Luck.

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    Just got a Glock 27 from Shakey's in orwigsburg by Schuylkill Haven, very very friendly in general but especially friendly toward Military/LEO with a discount rack.

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