Saturday, April 11, 2009

My Favorite Arizona Firearm Retailer Is Legendary Guns

Phoenix, AZ—On19th Avenue just North of Camelback Rd sits Arizona’s premier gun shop, Legendary Guns. They’ve been here since 1988 serving cowboy collectors, shooters, hunters, cops and people seeking to maintain meaningful self defense tools.

The staff of this shop is knowledgeable, helpful and diligent as they serve customers. The prices are competitive and most importantly they have the most difficult to obtain and stock firearms anywhere.

Dave LaRue is the driving force along with co-owner Joe Forbregd behind this business. I noticed years ago when I first patronized this shop how LaRue and his workers suggested training to their customers and nitpicked the legal details of gun sales requirements.

For those lucky enough to live in Arizona gun purchases can be completed in less than ten minutes. They can pay cash and carry their firearms on the spot provided they successful pass the mandated background checks.

There is a staff gunsmith on the premises to make repairs and install those accessories for the customers. Dealing with these boys has always been an enjoyable experience for me.

Despite the recent Obama factor run on firearms and ammunition Legendary’s Gun’s suppliers have favored this dealer and there seems to be no shortage here.

For those traveling to Phoenix to attend the NRA convention a visit to Legendary Guns is a good idea. Legendary can always ship purchases to any customer’s licensed dealers anywhere in the country.

Visit their website right here!

I recently interviewed Dave LaRue at the Winter Range gathering so you can meet the legend himself.


Anonymous said...

It's always a pleasure dealing with Dave and his crew. Thy are good people.

Anonymous said...

Could you expand on "nitpicked" legal details?Was this favorable to the customer or like every other gun shop I know not in favor.

Crimefile said...

Legendary Guns contentiously follows all those unconstitutional state and federal laws. I guess to me that’s nitpicking.

They do try and make the government order privacy invasion as comfortable as possible though.

Anonymous said...

I think the term nitpick is a good thing in this case. There are a lot of rules and regulations involving a gun sales and these folks follow them to the letter, while making every effort to make the customer feel at ease. But if you are legally banned from owning a firearm, this is not the gun shop to try and buy one. They are not going to break any laws to make a sale.