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    Bcn04k -your comment doesn't make sense. It sounds like you're putting down Bear Arms, then in the next sentence saying their prices can't be beat.

    You might want to edit the post if you mean to say that USA Liberty Arms prices can't be beat.
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    Enjoy this area guys. This is the cheapest most productative gun collecting area that I have found anywhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigun1962 View Post
    Enjoy this area guys. This is the cheapest most productative gun collecting area that I have found anywhere.

    You betcha. For the noco triangle there are almost as many gun stores as there are starbucks.
    Let me have a double bbl 12ga with a splash of digi cammo on it and she'll take a super smooth 9mil with glo in the darkies please and side of kydex.
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    I was in their shop to pick up a gun I had shipped, using their FFL. Holy Crap they are over priced. Springfield XDs 45, sells at most local shops for $525, they are asking $649. This is a full retail shop. I thought about buying ammo, but it gave me the feeling i was buying ammo in CA, where they don't use lube. stay away.

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    I just negotiated a deal with these fools to sell them two firearms. Todd, the guy who seems in charge, personally offered me $400 and then told me they had no cash in the store and to call back the next day. The next day he backed out of our deal with the excuse that they had already taken the cash to the bank for the day...at 9:30 in the morning.

    Between the high prices mentioned above and this shady business practice I wouldn't use these guys.

    ***Update: I wrote the management and they made this situation right within a few hours. David, maybe the guy really in charge, treated me very well and got me my money quickly with virtually no hassle.
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    Stopped in there the other day. Not impressed. Took about 7 minutes before someone even acknowledged my presence and there was only 1 other person there. Prices were about 15% higher than average and the lowest at full MSRP. He may be new to the retail business but knowing retail prices for an area and adjusting accordingly IS the job of the retail manager. Poor ammo selection & not much for accessories (not a single sling in that store). Lots of guns there but mostly estate sell offs and old worn hunting rifles. One of the salesmen was talking loud, fast, and non stop about the pre-64's there; usually a key indicator of BS when someone does that. I don't think I'll waste any time going back there.

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    My first experience today with Liberty was different than previous posters.
    GOOD: $20 private transfers, selling mag parts kits, good prices on used guns, helpful and friendly staff, good firearm selection.
    BAD: price of ammo was quite high

    I'll definitely return when in the Loveland/Ft Collins area.
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    I vist this store pretty frequent, they have improved since 2012 on their pricing. Give the store a chance and you might even find some surprise here.

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    I visited Liberty Arms for the first, and probably last, time today. Nice enough place, decent selection. I saw a new production stainless Delta Elite in their 1911 case, which I have wanted for a while, and a stainless series 70 repro. They were priced attractively enough, so I figured I'd buy. I asked to see the stainless Delta. The counter kid hands it to me and then tells me 'I can't sell it to you because I promised it to someone else'. I asked if he was sure. He wandered to the back, then came out and said he'd called the guy to verify, and the other customer would be there soon to look at it. He told me I could be on the waiting list for the next one, or check to see if the other customer declined. I went about my business, came back an hour later, and sure enough, the Delta was gone. Same kid again offered to put me on a list for the next one, which was a nice enough gesture, but one I was not interested in. As I started to leave, the kid tells me 'Yeah, he was really excited about that gun'.

    My better nature barely won out. I just said "Well, good for him" as I left. I am of two minds on the experience. On the one hand, it is admirable that they kept whatever promise they made with the other customer. On the other hand, I thought it was poor practice to present something for sale when it wasn't really available for sale. And while I am sure the kid's comments were well intentioned, they just furthered my irritation. Not a very good first impression. I'm certainly not rich, but I am not particularly price sensitive and I have a pretty decent yearly budget for firearms and NFA stuff. I could have been a pretty good customer. But we will likely never know, as rather than furthering my irritation, I will patronize other places that are better organized and have more customer-savvy staff.
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    If it's on hold it should be tagged and or removed from the display case.
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