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Old September 16th, 2020, 03:44 PM #41
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We should compile a Sticky post with "Companies To Avoid," to include firearms distributors, in addition to anti 2A brands such as Levi's, Starbucks, ChickFila, etc.

I had bought from AIM Surplus since they first opened. Years later, after being unable to place an order for a handgun that was on the Roster, even after calling, speaking with someone, and directing them to the page on the roster authorizing the sale of the specific model, I stopped buying from them; for many years. To this day, I make it a point to reply whenever I read a post where someone says, "company X refuses to sell to Maryland."

If a company does not value its customers enough to take 3 minutes to verify a law that will benefit them and their customers, then that company does not deserve your patronage. There are lots of online and brick and mortar companies that sell the same or comparable products that will treat you fairly.

Of course, this was when the State Police didn't take care to list the guns under the proper manufacturers, listed importers as manufacturers, the same models under various manufacturers, wrote model numbers incorrectly, etc., basically made a bunch of errors that if committed by applicants or FFLs, would've resulted in rejected applications.

The State Police has since improved the organization of their roster. AIM has since apparently started verifying the roster, and I have gone back to buying from them.

This is just one example.
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Old September 16th, 2020, 03:47 PM #42
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...The State Police has since removed their roster...
Should read...
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Old September 16th, 2020, 08:57 PM #43
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We should compile a Sticky post with "Companies To Avoid," to include firearms distributors, in addition to anti 2A brands such as Levi's, Starbucks, ChickFila, etc.

I had bought from AIM Surplus since they first opened. Years later, after being unable to place an order for a handgun that was on the Roster, even after calling, speaking with someone, and directing them to the page on the roster authorizing the sale of the specific model, I stopped buying from them; for many years. To this day, I make it a point to reply whenever I read a post where someone says, "company X refuses to sell to Maryland."

If a company does not value its customers enough to take 3 minutes to verify a law that will benefit them and their customers, then that company does not deserve your patronage. There are lots of online and brick and mortar companies that sell the same or comparable products that will treat you fairly.

Of course, this was when the State Police didn't take care to list the guns under the proper manufacturers, listed importers as manufacturers, the same models under various manufacturers, wrote model numbers incorrectly, etc., basically made a bunch of errors that if committed by applicants or FFLs, would've resulted in rejected applications.

The State Police has since improved the organization of their roster. AIM has since apparently started verifying the roster, and I have gone back to buying from them.

This is just one example.
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They went pro BM. That's close enough for me.
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Mags take a day trip to Virginia or PA. Ammo go to Fin Feathers online store or Budsgunshop.
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Mags take a day trip to Virginia or PA. Ammo go to Fin Feathers online store or Budsgunshop.
Or for mags wait for a show in PA or VA, usually there are plenty.
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