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That anti CCW bastard! I would not go there if his transfers were free!:mad:

Whittaker Arms in Hammonton was $25 + $15 NICS but that was a while ago.

Address: 1456 Backline Rd Folsom NJ

  Phone: 609-432-2367

  Email: [email protected]

  Web: Whittaker Arms

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WOW...Can't beat this one!

Rich Hoagland
Hoagland Firearms
Richwood, NJ 08074
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Email: Click here to email me

Phone: 856-589-2288
Fax: 856-478-6861
Cell Phone: 609-929-6363

Long Gun Fee: $40.00  includes nics
Hand Gun Fee: $40.00  includes nics

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1 hour ago, JohnnyB said:

That anti CCW bastard! I would not go there if his transfers were free!:mad:

Whittaker Arms in Hammonton was $25 + $15 NICS but that was a while ago.

Address: 1456 Backline Rd Folsom NJ

  Phone: 609-432-2367

  Email: [email protected]

  Web: Whittaker Arms

This whole post is truth! I would put more emphasis on saying fuck bobs but that's just me.

James Whittaker is the man, the wife and I both bought lots of stuff from him. 

If your a Quinton member check out county sports in carneys point he's a big supporter of Quinton members and pretty much any gun guy. 

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2 hours ago, JohnnyB said:

That anti CCW bastard! I would not go there if his transfers were free!:mad:

Whittaker Arms in Hammonton was $25 + $15 NICS but that was a while ago.

Address: 1456 Backline Rd Folsom NJ

  Phone: 609-432-2367

  Email: [email protected]

  Web: Whittaker Arms

 

2 hours ago, Lambo2936 said:

Any suggestions? Always paid 25+nics up at monmouth arms but need something local. Bobs is close but is 50$+Nics, Not sure if theres better rates around.

Thanks!

I like the guys at bobs....but if everyone else is charging 25, then 50's outta line. 

 

 you'll like jack whittaker. he's a good guy. 

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Great, thanks fellas. Will call em in the AM, Supposed to meet with someone to transfer the scorpion if all goes well.

Yes, heard that about bobs. Would rather avoid them regardless because of the price tag. 5$ more just for convenience, sure, but DOUBLE the price of literally EVERY competitor seems a bit much to me.

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7 minutes ago, 1LtCAP said:

 

I like the guys at bobs....but if everyone else is charging 25, then 50's outta line. 

 

 you'll like jack whittaker. he's a good guy. 

Thanks, I'll check him out.

I like the guys at Bob's as well. My beef is with Bob Sr. He served as our NRA rep for NJ for years, all the while fighting AGAINST our CCW 2A rights! That I cannot forgive!

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6 hours ago, sgtdave4321 said:

Dueces Den is good and I think he charges $35. Iam not 100% sure on that price though.

$35 is correct (as of today). 

Good guy, stop in and talk to him. His shop is fairly new, but he’s the kind of guy you want to see to become successful (good gun guy, fair, not out to make a killing).

 

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5 hours ago, this_is_nascar said:

Let us know know how it goes.  I ride by that place several times per week, but haven't had the time to stop in.

Small shop, nice proprietor, low transfer and NICS charge ($35 combined)

No used guns, nice assortment of mags and accessories

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I stopped by Deuce's Den today and I'm glad I did! He is all about the AR platform and only about the AR platform. He does gunsmithing himself.

$35 transfers with NICS included can't be beat in South Jersey! Kudos to a great guy with a nice little shop!:)

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29 minutes ago, JohnnyB said:

I stopped by Deuce's Den today and I'm glad I did! He is all about the AR platform and only about the AR platform. He does gunsmithing himself.

$35 transfers with NICS included can't be beat in South Jersey! Kudos to a great guy with a nice little shop!:)

Waddya get?

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7 minutes ago, Zeke said:

Waddya get?

A guy who will take whatever I order and do the transfer for 35 bucks!  I have a few permits burning a hole in my pocket so I am looking for a decent 1911 since I don't have one yet! I also have a Browning Hi Power and a Luger P-08 on my list!:)

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On ‎12‎/‎2‎/‎2018 at 10:17 PM, JohnnyB said:

Thanks, I'll check him out.

I like the guys at Bob's as well. My beef is with Bob Sr. He served as our NRA rep for NJ for years, all the while fighting AGAINST our CCW 2A rights! That I cannot forgive!

the way I have to view it though, is how he treated my mother. him and his guys are a BIG part of her having overcome her lifelong fear/hatred of guns. I don't think that the guys at hagues would've done that good with her, nor have I been to any other place where she'd have felt comfortable. 

 

where's deuces den?

 

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