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30 S Post Rd Indianapolis, IN 46219, United States
30 South Post RoadUSIndianaIndianapolis46219
Shooting Range, Gun Shop
Shooting Range
Gun Shop
Sporting Goods Store
Today 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Monday 1:00 – 7:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Indoor shooting range, firearms safety training, and accessories. Outdoor gear, and personal safety equipment. (Range closes 1/2 hr before store).
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"All and all, I get good service from Pop Guns store and range."
4 reviewers
"The staff ws very helpful with my gun purchase and range time."
"Beech Grove Firearms is a much better bet for gun prices."
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Michael Martin
a week ago
Absolutely terrible place! Part of the issue is that the "sales people" are highly UNeducated. Rude doesn't begin to describe the employees there. Also, their prices are a joke and their range is disgusting. Read other reviews before going! Going to see if we can get their FFL revoked!
Kip Hayden
a month ago
Pleasant experience, friendly behind the counter as well as the people I shot with in the range. Walked around and looked at their firearm inventory after shooting, mostly handguns, new and used, prices seem to be inline with other LGS. If I am back in the area I will be sure to stop by.
Micheal Robinson
2 weeks ago
I have always used the range and purchased my guns from here. I have always had good service and they have took the time to explain and give me their opinion on what is the best option when purchasing a new gun.
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Tom Travis
11 months ago
I went and bought a new Kimber 1911 which was sold to me by their store manager Terry. I thought Terry spent a lot of time with me figuring out what I wanted in a 1911 and finding the right selection for me. He had rental range guns that were similar to some of the guns I was looking at, and he offered to let me try them out on their range. When he completed the sale, he gave me some tokens and sold me a box of ammo so I could try it out. I was not planning on shooting that day but Terry set me up and the next thing I knew, I was sending rounds down range with my new gun. This was not the first gun I bought there. A couple years ago I bought a couple 870's for my boys to hunt with. These were to replace a couple shotguns that were stolen from my home. Terry was sympethetic and made me a good deal. One of the guns I screwed up and used some aluminum base shells, which is not recommended. I wound up bringing the gun back in pieces! Terry helped me get it all back together, explaining along the way so that I would know how to do this myself it happened again. Terry also showed me how to take some 00 steel wool and EEZOX that they sell and remove some rust spots that were starting to develop. When he was done, the gun worked and looked like new. Another time, I took a Taurus 85 (Titanium) .38 which I did not buy there, but carried for years and was having what I though was some finish wearing off. Terry showed me how to make it look good again using some Flitz??? polish and 00 steel wool. That gun is still my ETC today. All and all, I get good service from Pop Guns store and range. Like any other place they have busy times when people get anxious and paitents runs short, but I usually go during the week when there is no wait. I know there are other ranges in town, but the people at Pop Guns seem to know me when I walk through the door. I enjoy shooting there, especially in colder or wet weather. My next visit there, I plan to have Terry sell me some night sights and install them on my 1911. There are a lot of big retail gun stores out there, but Pop Guns is more my speed.
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val C
a month ago
I've been there many times and of the 3 things gun stores do: 1-L/R wing politics, 2-Acting like you're bothering them by asking them to do their job, and 3-murdurous vibe/can't wait to use their guns, this store has given me all 3, especially the last 2. I have never been to a place where they are this rude, and was cursed at repeatedly by them. I also expect people to do their job eagerly, as do I at my own job, but these guys not only act like you're bothering them by asking questions about guns (at a gun store, like so..), but are also very uninformed and even misinformed about many of their products, and moreover are arrogant about it. I have never been so disgusted by people whose salary I've helped to pay, except when dealing with criminals who have badges, and the only reason they're still in business is because of the lack of competition of good ranges in Indy. EVERY one of their items are overpriced and the place is dimly lit and gives off a rather negative vibe. They also have a poor work ethic and keep short hours, instead of helping shooters and the gun culture. I've seen them turn down people who drove an hour and came in just for the last half an hour, willing to pay for a full hour. This is by far the last place I would take my family to and I hope that you consider this too negative/hostile to want to be around, as well as too much of a rip off to waste any of your money at. Normally after all of the negative reviews, you'd expect to see some of the things that customers complain about improved upon, but not with these guys. It's unfortunate really, that after all this time, this is about as good as it gets for this place.
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Response from the owner - 2 weeks ago
I could not believe Val would come back... We are sorry anytime a customer has a bad impression. But with the amount of competition we have, I can not think of a reason he would visit us so often. Something is not right.
4 weeks ago
WOW there is alot of bad reviews all with same issues i think the owner should get to the bottom of this just by reading these reviews would keep me from giving my hard earned money to this buisness
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D. Mindach
4 months ago
Well run gun store with range and training available. Safety is a MUST! New gun owners who buy nothing but range time, cannot expect last minute free training, at a very busy range. A gun is a Dangerous thing to own, care should be taken BEFORE it is bought, not when you show up to use it in a crowded store. You must take it upon yourself to arrange for your own education, or leave your gun in the case until you can get trained. PopGuns's people are top professionals (Law Enforcement) in every way, but you will have to respect them to get good service, firearms are in a different world. A gun purchase is not like ordering a hamburger at McDonalds. They are the best in the business. Ask them, when they are not busy and you will find the REAL stuff. They stock what sell and have the "REAL" stuff available. HK, GLock, S&W, Kimber, FN, SIG, and Highpoints on display. There are great deals too!
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Matthew Evans
a year ago
I've been coming here about half a year (summer 2013 - end 2013). I've always found the staff to be very knowledgeable and courteous. I've seen them help some first timers a couple times and they treat them with respect while answering their questions. I ended up buying an annual membership which pays for itself in short time (6 times I think), plus you can bring up to an extra two people with you for 5 dollars a person. This has helped me expose friends to sidearm familiarization and touching up on skills for others. With an annual range membership you can try any of the rental guns at no extra charge. Also great for letting others get a feel for what type of sidearm fits them best. Their prices are fair. I haven't seen any prices that I rolled my eyes at. I'd say this is a first stop for in the city shooting, and a solid place to do business for your firearm needs.
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