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Posted: 1/4/2012 1:05:05 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/4/2012 1:49:39 PM EDT by hwydrifter]
First Choice Jewelry & Pawn is now a class 3 dealer
Steve is stocking AAC silencers.
I just put money down on a M4-2000
He has a lawyer set up you can use for a NFA trust.

Roy Baker at www.georgianfatrust.com
Link Posted: 1/4/2012 2:59:27 PM EDT
I have a buddy that has been bragging about how awesome the guys at that place are for almost 2 years. I guess it is time to check them out.
Link Posted: 1/4/2012 5:38:32 PM EDT
If I can get out of my office before 2030, I'll have to check them out some time.
Link Posted: 1/4/2012 7:49:33 PM EDT
Where is this place at?

Roy is good people. I helped plant the seed for him to start doing the NFA trusts.
Link Posted: 1/4/2012 10:31:13 PM EDT
Originally Posted By hwydrifter:
First Choice Jewelry & Pawn is now a class 3 dealer
Steve is stocking AAC silencers.
I just put money down on a M4-2000
He has a lawyer set up you can use for a NFA trust.

Roy Baker at www.georgianfatrust.com


Finally no more going to Atlanta for my class 3, now if someone would just stock reloading supplies
Link Posted: 1/5/2012 4:19:42 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/5/2012 8:30:19 AM EDT by hwydrifter]
Where is this place at?

They are on park ave. near Forest st. in Valdosta.
I have been dealing with them since the late 90's watched them grow from your average pawn shop into more of a gun shop.
they are a no frills pawn shop. they don't stock gear and offer a small amount of gun accessories. they do have a large selection on weapons and do transfers.
I don't buy too many guns from them but do have a lot of transfers go there and they have been great to deal with.
Link Posted: 1/5/2012 12:42:17 PM EDT
Originally Posted By peligro113:
Originally Posted By hwydrifter:
First Choice Jewelry & Pawn is now a class 3 dealer
Steve is stocking AAC silencers.
I just put money down on a M4-2000
He has a lawyer set up you can use for a NFA trust.

Roy Baker at www.georgianfatrust.com


Finally no more going to Atlanta for my class 3, now if someone would just stock reloading supplies


Have you tried Moultrie Shooters Supply? It's just off Hwy 319 just north of the 319 bypass. They stock more reloading stuff than anyone else around that I've seen. Denver and Lindsey are also Class 3 dealers. They sell Surefire, AAC, and Liberty suppressors.

Jerry's Sport Shop in Ambrose (tiny town of Hwy 32 between Ocilla & Douglas) also carries reloading stuff. It's mostly powder, primers, and shells though. I don't think he stock much if any equipment like the Moultrie guys do. They have the best selection and prices on guns around though. They move a hell of a lot of volume to be a small shop out in the boonies.

Google them and call to see if they have what you want.

Link Posted: 1/6/2012 8:26:07 PM EDT
You learn something new everyday, Thanks for the info I'll check them out.

Originally Posted By wilezcoyote:
Originally Posted By peligro113:
Originally Posted By hwydrifter:
First Choice Jewelry & Pawn is now a class 3 dealer
Steve is stocking AAC silencers.
I just put money down on a M4-2000
He has a lawyer set up you can use for a NFA trust.

Roy Baker at www.georgianfatrust.com


Finally no more going to Atlanta for my class 3, now if someone would just stock reloading supplies


Have you tried Moultrie Shooters Supply? It's just off Hwy 319 just north of the 319 bypass. They stock more reloading stuff than anyone else around that I've seen. Denver and Lindsey are also Class 3 dealers. They sell Surefire, AAC, and Liberty suppressors.

Jerry's Sport Shop in Ambrose (tiny town of Hwy 32 between Ocilla & Douglas) also carries reloading stuff. It's mostly powder, primers, and shells though. I don't think he stock much if any equipment like the Moultrie guys do. They have the best selection and prices on guns around though. They move a hell of a lot of volume to be a small shop out in the boonies.

Google them and call to see if they have what you want.



Link Posted: 1/7/2012 12:10:22 PM EDT
Well this helps me a lot as well because I will be in Douglas for a project and was going to ask for some gunshop recomendations to kill the long days
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