I have had several transactions with Two Wright Arms and every purchase went smooth and trouble free with the best deal I was offered at the time of my purchases. I can't say enough good about the Two Wright Arms team. I would, and have recommended them to anyone. Also if you are shopping for a firearm or related items Two Wright Arms is a fantastic way to get in the know as to a good deal or getting gouged. I refer to this store as a base of the worth of the item I am shopping for instance, say you see a sale at your local vender and you think maybe you might want to make the purchase. My advice and I practice what I preach, pop on to Gun Broker and search the item. If its with in a few dollars of Two Wright Arms then do your thing. But in my experience it usually doesn't come close to what I can buy it for through Two Wright Arms and you know what they say patients is a virtue. So there you have it My Favorite gun shop is the best one...Two Wright Arms"
I went to the store, they never have anything in stock and if they do, it's higher than most stores. I walked in and just mentioned Gibsons Ace Hardware in Weatherford, and they started talking negative about it and even had one guy call me dumb for buying a gun there. Definitely won't go back. I don't need anything they "have". Have is in "" cause they usually only have maybe 10-20 pistols for sale, 10 shotguns, and maybe 20 rifles to choose from. Not much of a selection if you ask me. Also, their gun smith starts at $75 per hour, while others are $40-60 per hour.
well they have fast shipping , but the gun came with damage on the frame in the form of a deep scratch , asked them for a small discount (15-20 bucks) they refused , ok then.. not the best service , wont buy from them again , there are too many dealers on gunsamerica.com I can deal with ...first they lied to me stating that the gun was the ONLY one they had , and after I bought it they posted another one on guns america.com , so I guess they wanted to unload this defective gun to me first?