Great selection of ar15s and 1911s. Customs are unbelievably well priced.
I have heard many great things about Bullseye Sports, and decided to come here and give the place a try. I was not to knowledgeable about weapons or guns of any sort, but the staff there are always there to answer my questions. Because of them, I have now become very fond of collecting guns and spending time in the store. The service they provide and the wide range of inventory they have is the reason why I keep coming back. Come to Bullseye Sport if you are a gun enthusiast and are wanting to have a fun time buying or looking around.
I purchased my first gun at Bullseye Sport and I ended up getting a shotgun to protect my house. The staff is knowledgeable and really helpful for gun newbies. They even have a simulator which you can play cool shooting games!
Great shop, Great service. Bought a gun for my husband. The staff was more then helpful. I was able to surprise my husband with the gun he wanted, he was even surprised i got the gun he wanted right. Thanks guys.
This guys will take a 50 percent restocking fee if anything goes wrong with your firearm application beware , I spent $678 on a firearm , my application did not pass and now they are charching me $343 to take a couple of steps to put the firearm back in the case wow this is a ri off ,
Bullseye Sport in Riverside is run by very young inexperienced people. Basic safety is ignored. A worker named Alex brought out a pistol for a customer. I noticed that he took it out of the case and didn't check the chamber for a round. I did not see a chamber safety flag in the pistol. The pistol was handed to a customer who proceeded to wave the gun around as he was looking at it. I could see down the barrel several times as I quickly moved to a safe location. I made a comment that they were not handling the gun in a safe manner and that the gun was pointed at me several times. I couldn't hear the comment that was made but I was quickly dismissed. Thousands are injured and killed every year because of careless handling of firearms. It is too bad that those selling firearms do not practice basic gun safety. As my friend and I left the shop, my friend told me that while he was looking at some pistols in the gun case a worker behind the counter had a pistol point toward the middle of the shop about 1-2 feet from his head. He also noticed that the guy had his finger on the trigger. Apparently the workers were never taught that you only put your finger on the trigger when you are ready to shoot; and you should never point a gun toward customers. I would recommend you go somewhere else where gun safety is the first priority.
Horrible gunsmith his prices are high and the work he does is horrible. Please if you decide to use him read other reviews in calguns and dont pay until he has completed the work so you wont get ripped off.
I brought my Ruger Red Label Shotgun here for a recoil pad, and when I came to pick it up, it was a mess. The recoil pad was poorly fit, with the edges of the stock exposed, the length of pull was a full inch shorter than what we agreed - but worst of all, they cut an inch off my beautiful walnut stock! Despite that, Danforth refused to replace my stock, fix the mess he made, or even refund my money. Shoddy work and poor service to say the least.
I have to say, I've been into quite a few gun shops over the years, and Warrior One is by far the best place I've had the pleasure of walking into. Customer service was fantastic!!!! Answered all my "lame" questions without any silly remarks. Prices are average, but I plan on purchasing a firearm there. I don't think I would care if the prices were higher, just because they were so friendly and attentive to my needs.Thank you, thank you Mike, you made my visit very enjoyable! Darren