It is important to secure firearms, parts and ammo:
Always be prepared; the evil and undesirable will continue unseen...
Everyone must recognize that unstoppable measures are in the future
Factors considered on prioritizing: Demographics and local practicality
Priorities of shop inventory:
AR15 rifles, lowers, parts to build/repair ARs, Glock handguns, spare parts,
9mm - 5.56mm - 22lr ammunition, mags, few other popular calibers & mags,
few Surefire lights, reputable quality designed folding or fixed blade knives
Much of the decision is sensible; what will most people not only need now,
but also consider what will be sought after and be readily saleable/tradable!
Not a priority for shop inventory:
.308 or larger calibers & firearms chambered for them, majority of revolvers,
most bolt/lever actions unless in .22lr, firearms circulating less than 10 years,
reloading items, binoculars, rangfinders, lasers, excess inventory of holsters.
Everyday low prices consistently week after week, month after month
on proven products I utilize and rely on, not just "another item to sell"
As a sole proprietorship, you can rely upon my ethical sales and no-BS
approach to product recommendations. I seek to find the best deals on
quality proven products and I'll always offer the lowest prices possible.
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The final symbol of freedom in America is the right to own firearms.
I sell products ethically. I don't merchandise unnecessary items or steer customers wrong
by sales pitching firearms and related accessories the way most shops do nationwide.
Firearms are serious. For defense, hunting, even shooting as a hobby: when you've had
enough of the BS in the firearm industry, you'll get honest answers and experience here.
- Why I have a different approach to firearms and equipment sales -
POSTED: Fair Warning
Sorry, no service given to anyone who:
- Argues/whines about firearms permit requirements (there's no instant fix
for improving HI laws so don't try to teach me about how it is better in
other states) - You think I like the restrictions we have here in Hawaii?
No dealer can complete firearm transfers unless person clears requirements!
If we aren't involved with the good fight and political effort, we cannot complain.
- Proclaims that I don't seem to appreciate military service personel
because further discounts aren't offered on prices already as low
as possible yet somehow keep doors open as a gunshop in Hawaii.
- Insinuates they know more about firearms, training or tactics more than
others who haven't (as far as they think) served in a LE or MIL capacity.
(and often end up revealing they recognize only one side of numerous tactical situations)
- Projects an attitude of deserved entitlement because they are better than others -
or worse, brags about how much better they are since they conceal carry in other states.
If one is so superior, be humble and find out what it takes to bring others up to speed.
Amazing isn't it? There are those who go around presenting the above headaches
and I will not tolerate it - neither should the next good citizen in Hawaii or elsewhere
Handgun purchases require 'notarized training certificate' and a two week waiting period.
Rifles and shotguns require a longgun permit. No one wants to deal with these procedures
but they are required and must be done along with filling out Federal fm 4473 upon pickup.
For rifles/shotguns: It takes two weeks to get a longgun permit and then it's good for a year.
- Firearm registration procedures with HPD -
I do not offer 'military or law enforcement discounts' because everyday prices are low enough.
I don't have items marked up high then offer a discount to give an impression of lower prices.
Repeat customers receive further discounts. Active NRA/LIFE instructors receive discounts.
That is how I believe it should be, and those who understand the concept will agree.
No extra charge (Visa,MC) for in-store standard credit card purchases
* Exceptions will be on the obviously low, special cash sale priced items *
NOTICE REGARDING ALL FIREARM PURCHASES
Policy: No refunds on any firearms once serial numbers are issued to purchaser.
Arrangements can be made to sell firearm(s) without consigment fees for refunds
only upon medical waiver denial in permit process, options only in extreme cases.
Signs and signs - at gunshops in the Continental US
[ stark reminder that products and services aren't free ]
[ and yes, my pricing is good and fair for a small gunshop ]
My FFL usage fee is 8% of dealer cost,
minimum of $15 and maximum of $150.
[Storage fees added on guns left > 90 days]
HI state : $42 firearms procedure fee.
My shop has no additional NICS fees.
[ 2016 "Rapback" $42 is a one time fee]