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Phone: (281) 474-4242

Phone: (281) 474-4244

Primary Phone: (281) 474-4242

RCBS, Remington
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Guns & Gunsmiths, Sporting Goods, Fishing Bait, Fishing Tackle, Ammunition
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Price Range : Average

Parking: Lot, Private


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If you want a good ol fashione...

If you want a good ol fashioned non big box sporting goods store this is the place. Yes the prices are slightly higher than the typical big box store. Staff is courteous and knowledgeable, not the 18 year old dummys like the big box store employs. I shop there because you can actually get a answer and not "let me call someone else on the radio" type of answer.



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Excellent, Friendly, Pro Service

The gray headed guy offered to order a special scope mount he did not have in stock (a leopold for $30,very reasonable). When it came in, another gray headed guy mounted and bore sighted the scope at no charge.... and it was a difficult scope to mount. He even brought the gun work rack out and put it on the counter so I could watch him mount the scope....and I had bought the scope and gun at another ""major discount store"". I've never experienced that kind of excellent service at a major outlet.
I'll start buying from these guys... excellent prices on fly fishing equipment too.



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Poor service and unfriendly attitude

I have been treated rudely several times .The owner or part owner is a very rude person. I will not shop at Marburgers anymore and most of my fishing and hunting friends feel the same. I try to support local bussineses and gave Marburgers a 3 year run . but I shall try no longer.why pay 10 to 15 % more for rude and unfriendly service. seems like the more you buy the woarst the ole guy is.I dont like the big stores but I will shop there over marburgers. Marburgers sets a bad example for other small bussineses.



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Support your local sporting goods store

With the Walmarts and Academys strangling out small local sporting goods merchants Marburgers deserves recognition as a survivor and an institution. While not maintaining the huge inventory and selection of the big box chains I know someone will look me in the eye when I come in and ask to help. At times they get busy and may take a while to get to you but they have always been helpful. The prices are not that much more than the chains (if at all) and well worth the price of keeping an institution that through fishing tournament weigh ins and hard to beat fly fishing and rifle/gun selections, complete with experienced guidance, remains a link to what is, I think, a model Houton/Galveston sports tradition. The reviewer before me is welcome to fight the crowds and lesser service at Academy for that ""30%"" savings.



People who actually know stuff!!

My 12 year-old son and I went by to look at fly-fishing equipment and got great information, service and a free lesson. We shop here often because the staff is so knowledgeable. The prices may be a little higher than big-box stores, but they have saved me time and money by helping us get what we really need, not something that will break after one week.



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Mom and Pop Sporting Goods

If you like someone who thinks he knows it all treat you badly, then go there. You'll spend a good 10% less at any other sporting goods store, without being treated rudely.

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