My 13 yr old son is eat up with Airsoft and loves "The Army Store". The owner, Mike Green (who is also a CQB player) is patient, understanding and respectful. He explains how each gun works and makes sure the gun being considered will do what the customer wants. He asks great questions "Why do you want an Airsoft gun? Where do you play? How often?" etc.... He wants his customers to be happy and works hard to make it happen. Recently, we experienced some frustration with an Airsoft gun my son purchased with his birthday and Christmas money he'd been saving. Mike and his staff worked with my son and helped him get everything right. They went above and beyond to make sure he had a great Airsift gun. We ended up getting BDU's and some other cool Tactical gear too. I have no problem doing business there and will be a customer as long as the business operates, which I hope is long time.
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Sat. 1/14/12 abt. 10:00am I entered the store and asked the man at the register if they had a sling for a M 1 Carbine. He said yes and took me to the area, produced several slings . I got the one I wanted and then started looking around. The man asked if he could help me find anything. I looked around the store found a navy ring like the one I had in 1960.I asked the price , he and a young lady told me what it was. I then paid for my items we talked a minut I said thank you he said come back. Very niece people I will go back. Mabe sucks entered the store with a bad attitude or something, don`t know. Oh by the way this was my first time in the store.
This is the one stop shop for all of your Army Navy needs. Very large inventory with the best prices in the metroplex. Very knowledgeable and friendly staff. Name tapes and dog tags made on the spot, sewing is offered to military personnell according to military specs. Very clean and organized.. Couldn't ask for more.