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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggies Coach View Post
    Its close enough to my house. But I won’t shoot anyplace that won’t let me bring my own new, brass, in box ammo. If you force me to buy your ammo to shoot, I am out.

    Double Action never made you buy their ammo. You just couldn't shoot steel or reloads. Like I said before the guy that ran the place was a pretty decent guy.
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    Whats wrong with steel cases?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
    Whats wrong with steel cases?
    $0 scrap or recycle value.
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    Quote Originally Posted by markshere2 View Post
    $0 scrap or recycle value.
    Thats what I thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniferG View Post
    Double Action never made you buy their ammo. You just couldn't shoot steel or reloads. Like I said before the guy that ran the place was a pretty decent guy.
    Not true. Back in the early 2000's you had to buy their ammo if they stocked it. Odd-ball stuff was generally exempt. I can't speak for any changes after about 2004.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Echo5Charlie View Post
    Not true. Back in the early 2000's you had to buy their ammo if they stocked it. Odd-ball stuff was generally exempt. I can't speak for any changes after about 2004.
    Dude it's 2019
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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniferG View Post
    Just talked with my friend in Collingdale and she said she went there this morning and it was closed so I guess that's it. She said there had been a bunch of guns stolen from them a while back, not sure how long ago but she believes it was inside job. It wasn't the best range I've ever been to but good enough. The guy that ran it was a pretty decent guy. Not too many ranges in that neighborhood, he was the only one.
    That was in April of 2018, stolen were 22 handguns, don't think they ever got caught.

    Reading comments on their facebook page it seems the owner retired, but the note zoid11 posted (also on the FB page) doesn't sound like it. A lot of folks who recently paid for memberships aren't happy, no warnings, no communication from the shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniferG View Post
    Dude it's 2019
    Your point? Or did you forget that you asserted they NEVER made you buy their ammo?
    Last edited by Echo5Charlie; November 3rd, 2019 at 09:02 PM. Reason: Autocorrected

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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniferG View Post
    Double Action never made you buy their ammo. You just couldn't shoot steel or reloads. Like I said before the guy that ran the place was a pretty decent guy.
    I have had my membership at an unmentioned gun range for 4 years. There reason I chose the other place was because when I went to Double Action I was told that I had to purchase their ammo. Now, maybe they never made YOU purchase your ammo from there. But they certainly attempted to make me do so.
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    Been going to Double Action for the last five years or more years and never had to buy their ammo. They are closed now for sure, my friend from Collingdale went there and it's got a closed sign on the door. I go to TSS in Avondale but now my friend needs a place to shoot in Delaware County. Things will go downhill down there pretty quick with the new Soros bought DA and Sheriff.
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