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Ranger Firearms & Mercantile
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1130 Hospital Dr Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547
1130 Hospital DriveUSFloridaFort Walton Beach32547
Gun Shop, Ammunition Supplier
Gun Shop
Ammunition Supplier
Outdoor Sports Store
Today 9AM–6PM
Tuesday 9AM–6PMWednesday 9AM–6PMThursday 9AM–6PMFriday 9AM–6PMSaturday 9AM–5PMSunday ClosedMonday 9AM–6PM
Firearms - New, Used, and Surplus. Ammunition, Reloading, Hunting, Black Powder, Tactical Gear, Concealed Carry Classes
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"Bought a mosin from them, good prices and friendly staff."
"Ranger Firearms is not the only place to purchase concealed carry weapons."
"I was incredibly pleased with the service we received."
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Jeremy Walker
a week ago
Sales staff is friendly and nice to work with. Management... a little disconcerting. I purchased thousand dollar + firearm, and handled it for an hour. I decided the firearm didn't feel right, and asked about an exchange. Not even a discussion... just nope. I've spent a few thousand dollars at the store, but I'll spend not a dime more. I suggest going to a store where the customer is valued, and management thinks about the long term. Go to a store where they care about long term satisfaction and repeat business.
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Lil Sleazy -
2 months ago
Ranger Firearms is not the only place to purchase concealed carry weapons. You have others off Eglin Parkway. That being said why would I purchase a weapon at a place that is more expensive? Why would anyone give more of their hard earned money for the exact product when there is another place that will save you that $30 or $40...? I walked in yesterday and priced the .38 and 357's. The lady said they don't give police or fire discounts or even honor military or retired military. What kind of firearms store doesn't offer a discount for police or fireman...let alone military? Business need to realize we as consumers don't need them they need us. I will not be buying anything from Ranger Firearms for them not supporting us or budging on prices. Why would I again pay more when others in town will do for less. And who cares I'm just one person right. Well wrong. Word of mouth is free advertisement and if these people were smart they would work with their customers.
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beed harphong
a year ago
bought my wife's first pistol for christmas. Staff was unpretentious and most helpful. Didn't try to sell me more than we needed. Had less than pleasant experiences with several other gunstores while shopping. These people's approach was outstanding. Their style is Smart business. They will be getting all of ours.
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Sarah S
2 years ago
I have made many purchases at Ranger firearms. They have always been extremely helpful and knowledgeable. Their products are great, and prices are decent. They go out of their way to get products in for their customers. They are very friendly, and have some accessories you won't be able to find anywhere else. I love the folks at Ranger!
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AM Jones
2 weeks ago
Bought a couple of weapons from this shop over the last few years. I am always impressed with the friendly & knowledgeable staff. Good prices & quality.
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Lee Parker
5 months ago
Small shop with a lot of gear and guns. Staff were very helpful and friendly. Tried lots of holsters looking for a new one for my carry.
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Danny Ray
2 years ago
I have been trading with Ranger firearms since the first week they were open. I have never received anything other than excellent customer service, from knowledgeable employees. If you do ask an employee a question that they do not understand he or she will not hesitate to say " you know I really do not know let me ask". As far as I am concerned you could not ask for better customer service personnel. My personal favorite customer service story from this outfit is that I recently sent my wife who just got her concealed carry permit into the store without me to talk to somebody about what she should carry. I particularly asked that she talk to one of the ladies working there however there was no one there and she talked to a gentleman. This young man took an inordinate amount of time to show my wife what was available and took the opportunity to discuss other options rather than what I had recommended for her. I was incredibly pleased with the service we received. As I told the owners," thank God you did not try to sell her a pink gun". The other thing I want to talk about is the excellent job they did during the late shortages, they made sure by using Facebook that every body knew what was available and more importantly they made sure that one or two people could not buy up all the stock so they would be some left for the rest of us. They keep an excellent selection of reloading supplies and also teach classes on reloading for those looking to get into it. In short though I have friends in almost every other gun store in town this is the one I go to. And I would recommend it for anyone.
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Dave Proulx
2 years ago
I've found the staff to be just fine. During the recent "dry" times, they've had ammo no one else has, and though I have to drive a long way to get it I have to admit they've rationed it fairly. Small shops have almost all had to raise prices simply because of supply and demand. If they don't have much product, they need to get as much as the market will pay for what they do have. Big chains like Bass Pro and Wal-Mart can keep prices low, but small dealers just can't. I expect competition will solve that problem once more guns and ammo are available. As for phone calls, they have a small staff, and their priority has to be tending to the people standing in front of them. I just follow these rules: (1) Don't call just after the store opens or when they're getting ready to close. Those are rush hours. (2) Keep it short and simple, preferably something that can be answered "Yes" or "No". If you ask questions like "What ammo have you got?" or "What ARs do you have?" they'll probably brush you off. And they should. By the way, I'm a retiree living in Destin, and am in no way affiliated with this store or its staff.
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