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Gunshops in Colorado

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Sisco, Jul 17, 2003.

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  1. Sisco

    Sisco Member

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    I'll be making a brief visit to Denver (Aurora) this weekend, Longer stay in Ft. Collins the next weekend.
    Looking for pieces / parts for a Ruger 10/22 project I'm starting. Barrels, stocks & such.
     
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    Try Jensen Arms in Loveland. I stopped in there when I went to visit my son, daughter-in-law and brand new grandson. A cop shop for sure but they have lots of "stuff". Worth the effort to stop in. They have 10/22's for sale according to the website. Lots of accessories. Everyone in the store was packing when I was there. Nice place.

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  3. Larry Ashcraft

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    Here's a good shop. Apparently they don't have a website. The Firing Line, 20 S. Potomac, Aurora, CO. 80010. Telephone: 303-363-0041. Indoor range, nice stock of everything, gunsmith on premises, nice people.
     
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    The Firing Line in Aurora is a nice shop, took an NRA pistol course and bought my first Glock there years ago.

    In Longmont there is Liberty Arms (I think thats the name) on Main St/State Highway 285. I've never been there personally, just seen the adds now and again. Address feels like 275 S Main, west side of the street.
     
  5. Dr.Rob

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    Don't think the Firing Line still has an in-house smith.

    The former smith, TJ moved his operation into Hoffman Heights Shopping Center some time ago.

    You might actually talk to the 'sith at the Cherry Crek State park shooting range (accessed via Arapahoe & Jordan Road)

    In Fort Fun you GOTTA stop at Jax on College Ave. Want a 2.5 ton truck? Want a silver fire retardent jacket? Want some good deals on Helly Hansen outerwear? Want a look at a fine selection of rifles and pistols? Stop in at Jax. (no I don't work for 'em just a 'neat' place for guys to windowshop)
     
  6. Sisco

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    Home again. Stopped in at Jax. A couple of times :D
    I could've hung out there all day! Picked up a pair of Burris scope rings and some reloading supplies. Thought their prices on handguns was fair. Could've bought a Kimber Eclipse for not much more than I paid for my Custom II
     
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