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Dealers and ranges in Kennesaw, Georgia ?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by OldLawman, Aug 15, 2006.

  1. OldLawman

    OldLawman New Member

    Oct 27, 2003
    My brother, a Navy pilot, just moved to Kennesaw (lucky him), and asked for some recommended gun dealers and ranges, indoors or outdoors.

    Anyone with recommendations ?

  2. knifestuff

    knifestuff New Member

    Mar 19, 2005
    Hotshots, in Smyrna. Guys know what they are doing there--the range is clean and safe and they don't gouge on pricing.
  3. Father Knows Best

    Father Knows Best Senior Member

    Apr 14, 2005
    Minneapolis, MN, USA
    Finding a place to shoot around Kennesaw is not easy. There is a great gun shop, though. It's C3 Sports. The original location is on Nathan Dean Blvd in Dallas, Georgia, which is close to Kennesaw. I know they just opened a new location, too. I think the new location may be in Kennesaw, itself.

    As the name implies, C3 carries lots of neat "Class III" stuff like machine guns, short barrel rifles and shotguns, and suppressors. They're a full range gunstore, though, with everything from milsurp bolt actions to modern hunting rifles, etc. They're also the largest Glock dealer in Georgia, the last time I heard, and carry a full range of other handguns. The staff is also very knowledge -- my father works there.
  4. Maveri9720

    Maveri9720 New Member

    Jul 14, 2006
    Best place to go hands down is Adventure Outdoors on Windy Hill Rd in Smyrna for equipment, but they don't have a range though. They have the best prices of anyone else. They are nice and very knowledgable.

    I have compared Ed's Guns in Kennesaw, off of Canton Rd, Hotshots in Marietta, off of Austell Rd and C3 Sports, off of 41 and also is Dallas, off of 61 and by far, Adventure Outdoors has everyone beat.

    Ranges are: Ed's Guns, Hotshots, Tactical Concepts in Douglasville and an outdoor honor system range in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, called Chestnut Mountain Shooting Range, which is excellent.

    Chestnut mountain is a little ways away. Exit 320 on 75N, but it is $5 for the entire day, honor system, very nice place.

    Hotshots are pretty strict in their regulations regarding doubletaps and holster draws, etc. Also, they have had problems with their A/C and lighting.

    Ed's is where I would recommend for indoor shooting.

    Anyway, there's my advice.

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