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    Default new gun shop on 209 by chestnut hill diner

    anyone see this or ahve any info? i didn't even notice the name till almost past...

    anyone check this out?

    seems to maybe be part of otto's auto's
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    Default Re: new gun shop on 209 by chestnut hill diner

    Yes- JMAG Arms and Defense 570-801-7562 Mark Rafanello-owner
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    I stopped in not long after the open sign was turned on. I meant to break the news but got side tracked but since you asked-
    Family business - they did not have much on the racks but again that prob changed by now, he planned on a mix tac and hunting. Some 5.11 gear, ammo, cleaning supplies mostly from Midway.
    STD gun shop stuff. Ammo prices were ok and same mix. Nothing too high or low. I invited him to get on and post in the shop review. Bricks of .22 were maybe $40/45? It was a couple a weeks ago.
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    Default Re: new gun shop on 209 by chestnut hill diner

    thankyou!!

    EDIT: gonna stop by saturday and do a transfer and check the shop out
    Last edited by telopyros; June 17th, 2015 at 11:50 AM.
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    Default Re: new gun shop on 209 by chestnut hill diner

    Call ahead, they were waiting on the final ATF paperwork to get the guns when i was there. I'd hope they have it by now but you never know.
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    Default Re: new gun shop on 209 by chestnut hill diner

    Isn't there another gun shop right there, or is the same one under a different owner?

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    Default Re: new gun shop on 209 by chestnut hill diner

    American arms moved to Easton and folded.
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    Default Re: new gun shop on 209 by chestnut hill diner

    Quote Originally Posted by Qtrborecrazy View Post
    Isn't there another gun shop right there, or is the same one under a different owner?
    There was another one, but he relocated toward the Lehigh Valley. American Sport Shooting. From a quick search, their Facebook account states the relocated shop closed in 2014 with claims of being open again in the future.

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    Default Re: new gun shop on 209 by chestnut hill diner

    I drive past there every day and never noticed it until last week. Really easy to miss while your driving by that's for sure. They have a Facebook page with 3 or 4 reviews and not much else on it. I would love too see a shop like this do well in town but without more advertising it's going to be rough.

    They have to compete with Dunkleburgers, the Amory, That weird pawn shop, and Weavers( if they are still there). Hope it does well and if anyone finds out the transfer prices for FTF and for online ordering please post it up.

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    Default Re: new gun shop on 209 by chestnut hill diner

    I'm pretty sure it's not a local. I don't recognize that name.

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    Default Re: new gun shop on 209 by chestnut hill diner

    LOL, funny how small town brodheadsville/saylorsburg is, I married into sobers family and it seems frable owns all of the west end and its a SMALL town.

    I'll let you know saturday what i find out, i called and asked about transfer and he said 25$ with no hesitaton so i assume ATF issued the license
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