I have never been treated so bad ever it is not a pawn shop its a store. So i walk in not wanting to be there in the first place but life happens and i needed money. I had my watches 1400 dollars in watches, 2 month old laptop, and my 3d blue ray player. As he throws my stuff to the side saying we don't buy this and we don't buy that, and that this is my store and we buy what we want. They are happy to sell me stuff though I have bought several things there I WILL NEVER AGAIN!!! I will not let this go I have never been so insulted in my life.
To the last poster whose gun "jambed". That says enough for me, that you have no idea what you're talking about. Bob was a straight shooter!
Good gun store.
Bought a brand new mossberg 500a 12 gauge and took it home, cleaned it, then took it to the range the next day.
The other reviewer must not know what he is doing much less does he need to own a gun.
He said nothing of cleaning the gun after he bought it, which is a MUST out of the box.
Guns come SOAKED in packing grease when you buy it.
YOU HAVE TO CLEAN THEM FIRST!
I bought a ruger p95 from carters and when I used the decocker the hammer slammed shut and sprayed oil all over the place.
The oil is there to protect YOUR gun until you buy it so it doesn't rust!
Clean your barrel and the mechanisms directly involved in firing (like the slide) with bore cleaner and wipe the other parts down with cut up tshirt. Then oil your guide rod and slide with mobile 1 synthetic 5w30 to keep things moving smoothly and to keep it from seizing in instances of heavy firing.
BAD PLACE TO BUY FIREARMS. Wednesday afternoon I purchased a NEW pistol from Twin City, took it home and fired it that evening. Out of 18 rounds, it jambed 13 times, and miss fired 3 times. I returned Thursday A.M. and was told they would not take it back as a return, or as an exchange for a different gun. I then asked how much they would buy it for as a used gun, only to be told that they did not want to buy a gun that jambed. They did not want to buy it, but they did not have any problems selling it to me in the first place one day earlier. I believe the guy's name was Shane. I am now going to have to send it back to the manufacturer, which could take 6 to 8 weeks. Needless to say, I can not trust this gun, and will have to purchase another gun, but you can bet it will not be at twin city pawn. They have screwed me out of all they will ever get from me. I am going to pursue getting this message to as many people as I can, and also to the B.B.B
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