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    Default Ready aim fire in Bristol

    Looked for a thread on them, but the name has a couple of really common search terms in it and was not able to find one.


    I drove 50 minutes to the shop/range today. Itís the first time Iíve been there. From what I could see it is a nice shop. It was not busy when I was there and I spent about 15 minutes talking with one of the employees. Seemed very nice and had no problems with the transfer of a gun. For reference a transfer was $40.
    Proof Armed citizens make a difference. http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.php?t=316012

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    Default Re: Ready aim fire in Bristol

    Oof. Kings in KOP is $25, and a much nicer shop. My local kitchen table guy is $15. Auger in Levittown is $30.
    To disarm the people...[i]s the most effectual way to enslave them."

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    Default Re: Ready aim fire in Bristol

    Quote Originally Posted by Handyandy View Post
    Oof. Kings in KOP is $25, and a much nicer shop. My local kitchen table guy is $15. Auger in Levittown is $30.
    I’ve used Kings a few times and like them a lot. I am not familiar with Levittown or any other stores in the area. The transfer fee is still better than Targetmaster out my way.
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    Default Re: Ready aim fire in Bristol

    Quote Originally Posted by Handyandy View Post
    Oof. Kings in KOP is $25, and a much nicer shop. My local kitchen table guy is $15. Auger in Levittown is $30.
    I know technically Kings is competition but honestly they have always been good guys so if they are close to someone I would recommend them too (of course if people are closer to levittown/croydon I recommend me LOL).
    Auger Precision Firearms 292 Bristol Pike Croydon, PA 19021 Transfer $35/$50 NFA

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    Default Re: Ready aim fire in Bristol

    Quote Originally Posted by internet troll View Post
    I’ve used Kings a few times and like them a lot. I am not familiar with Levittown or any other stores in the area. The transfer fee is still better than Targetmaster out my way.
    Hit up CDI (member here), he's got a very nice home gunsmith setup and also an ffl service. Reasonable rates on all of the above.
    To disarm the people...[i]s the most effectual way to enslave them."

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