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JackRydden224 01-28-2013 12:02 PM

Thumbs up for Riflegear
 
On Sunday I managed to DROS a Riflegear lower that Riflegear reserved for its local customers. Brian was very quick and helpful. He got the DROS done and I was out of the shop within 10 minutes after my number was called.

Riflegear does not price gouge. It's great to have a shop that looks out for its local customer base. I will be buying the STG44 - .22 from Riflegear once I have the money.

miggyv 01-28-2013 12:18 PM

Riflegear is the best shop I've been to. My cousin and I went in there a while back and the dude at the counter (forgot his name) spent a good hour (there weren't too many customers) talking to us and letting us fondle all sorts of cool stuff. The staff is always amicable and knowledgeable. Riflegear staff should go train Turner's staff on how its done!

maveric 01-31-2013 8:56 AM

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Originally Posted by JackRydden224 (Post 10346963)
...Riflegear does not price gouge...

I don't have a problem with it, but some may disagree in regards to PMAGs.

shark92651 01-31-2013 3:44 PM

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Originally Posted by maveric (Post 10379256)
I don't have a problem with it, but some may disagree in regards to PMAGs.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supply_and_demand

Demand for PMags is at an all time high and supply is at an all time low. I think the modest price increases are completely reasonable given the current situation. The fact that they sell out in hours every time we make a few hundred magazines available for sale indicates to me that perhaps our price isn't high enough :shrug:

Riddler 01-31-2013 6:13 PM

Brian is a very friendly and well knowledgeable individual, but then again so is the entire riflegear staff. #1 gunshop in SoCal.

apbrian112 02-01-2013 1:34 AM

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Originally Posted by shark92651 (Post 10382612)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supply_and_demand

Demand for PMags is at an all time high and supply is at an all time low. I think the modest price increases are completely reasonable given the current situation. The fact that they sell out in hours every time we make a few hundred magazines available for sale indicates to me that perhaps our price isn't high enough :shrug:

haha... nice! some guys will never understand!

darthsideous 02-04-2013 8:39 AM

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Originally Posted by shark92651 (Post 10382612)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supply_and_demand

Demand for PMags is at an all time high and supply is at an all time low. I think the modest price increases are completely reasonable given the current situation. The fact that they sell out in hours every time we make a few hundred magazines available for sale indicates to me that perhaps our price isn't high enough :shrug:

The price isn't all that bad considering what the normal prices were, for the 10/20s anyways. I was up in Tahoe this weekend and stopped by Cabellas, 30rd syntec mags were $29.99, S&W steel 30rders were the same price. Take it for what it's worth, I'd rather have a pmag than a syntec for $30.


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