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Posted: 10/26/2004 3:54:18 PM EST
A reminder to those who have been before, Specialty Arms in LaVergne is having their annual "Customer Appreciation Sale" the Sun-Wed before Turkey Day. Prices are better than gunshow & there's always guns given away. Factory reps on hand to answer questions too.

No, I don't work there.
Link Posted: 10/26/2004 6:40:19 PM EST
What kind of prices have you seen in the past? Rough estimates are better than nothin.

Any sales on ammo?

Also, do you have an address?

Me and some buddies might make the trek up there but we dont want to end up paying prices that are discounts from highly inflated prices only to end up paying what we coulda got here in town.

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Link Posted: 10/27/2004 5:22:18 AM EST

Originally Posted By Waldo0506:
Also, do you have an address?



Specialty Arms II
184c Old Nashville Hwy
La Vergne, TN 37086-2813
Phone: (615) 793-9696
Link Posted: 10/27/2004 2:42:16 PM EST

Originally Posted By Waldo0506:
What kind of prices have you seen in the past? Rough estimates are better than nothin.

Any sales on ammo?

Also, do you have an address?

Me and some buddies might make the trek up there but we dont want to end up paying prices that are discounts from highly inflated prices only to end up paying what we coulda got here in town.




I barely remember what I had for breakfast, much less prices from a year ago.

Address is 184 Old Nashville Hwy. LaVergne is in Rutherford Co., Exit 64 off of I-24.

As for ammo, there's no real deal there, the deal is on the guns themselves. Not to mention the drawing for free guns.
Link Posted: 10/31/2004 12:57:12 PM EST
Hey Bob,

Do sale prices apply to guns that they need to order, I've been debating picking up a Marlin 39A for heirloom purposes and they don't have any in stock. When I lived back east the sales applied but the dicsount was always biggest for those guns that were in stock.

PS I'm still working on my Bushmaster lower. TN Guns and Ammo claims they have been told that until the post sep 13 buying spree cools down (six months ) they're only able to get complete guns. No one else has any, and I checked for J&T on the industry links (JTAC is in OK if that was who was at the Pope show). Out of state requires the FFL transfer. I called Specialty Arms to ask if they do FFL transfers and they want $50. Anyone know who does it cheaper?
Link Posted: 11/1/2004 2:07:47 AM EST
No, sale prices are only on in-stock guns only. Transfers can be done by anyone with a FFL, pawn shop or whomever. Some charge $25, others, like Specialty, charge a % of the guns value.

It might not be fair or cheap but they're the ones with the FFL.
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