Very Good Gun Store In Watford City, North Dakota

On July 15, 16, and 17 there is the Wounded Warrior outdoor concert at the Buffalo Gap Guest Ranch, just west of Medora.  It is not far from where Codi Miller lives, so she will likely be there.  On Monday in Watford City I went to the Possum Trot Store downtown to buy Codi Miller a hat.  But when I got there, Jessie Veeder was there, who would also likely be at the Buffalo Gap Guest Ranch concert as a performer.  So I left without buying Codi a hat, because for all I know, the hat that I would buy would be the one that Jessie wanted, and there would be a fight at the Buffalo Gap concert over it.

So since I was in downtown Watford City anyway, I walked over to Big Boy’s Toys Guns & Ammo on Main Street.  I had not been in this store before, and when I walked in the front door, I couldn’t see any guns.  When I asked where the guns were, they said you have to go upstairs, which I did.  Upstairs they had about five display cases of handguns and about one hundred rifles.

I spent about thirty-five minutes looking at their handguns and about ten minutes looking at their rifles.  I might have spent even longer than this, looking at what hey had, and I just about never spend this much time looking at guns.  There are three reasons why I spent so much time looking at what they had:  Every gun they had was low priced in comparison to anywhere else, you could walk up and handle every rifle, and every gun they had was a good gun, there were no stupid poor quality guns.

In the past three years I have been to about six gun shows, ten different gun stores in about four different states, and I have looked for guns on BisMan Classifieds.  Big Boy’s Toys Guns & Ammo had the lowest prices that I have seen anywhere.  They had about ten Kimber semi autos in .45 cal and 9mm that were right at or below MSRP it seemed.  I could say the same thing for the Smith & Wesson, Walther, Beretta Glock, Ruger, and Bersa semi-autos.  They had approximately four Desert Eagle .50 cal semi-auto pistols.  From the large Desert Eagles, their selection had a few more large frame semi-autos, then many duty sized semi-autos, many  smaller sized .45 .40 10mm 9mm, then many compact .38 .32 .22 semi-autos.

They had approximately twenty-five revolvers, .44 magnum down to .22, about half of them were Ruger.  The only rifles that I looked at closely were two AK-47 chambered for 7.62 mm x 39.  These two AK-47 were good quality, and not high priced.  7.62 mm is almost the same size as Winchester .308, but they are not interchangeable.  I only want to buy rifles that use Winchester .308, so that my ammo fits all of my rifles, and I already bought an AK-47 that is chambered for Winchester .308 made by Zastava in Serbia.  Otherwise I would have bought one of these 7.62 mm AK-47 because they were good and inexpensive.

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