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Spring, Guns and Ammo
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Today 10:00 AM – 8:30 PM
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4401 Spring Cypress Rd Spring, TX 77388
4401 Spring Cypress RoadUSTexasSpring77388
Gun Shop, Shooting RangeToday 10:00 AM – 8:30 PM
Monday 10:00 AM – 8:30 PMTuesday 10:00 AM – 8:30 PMWednesday 10:00 AM – 8:30 PMThursday 10:00 AM – 8:30 PMFriday 10:00 AM – 7:30 PMSaturday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PMSunday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
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"They're my favorite gun range and soon to be yours too."
"I have also enjoyed shooting at their indoor range."
"Good selection and really decent prices on firearms."
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Steven Doan
a week ago
I think they've gotten really popular over the years since they offered groupon deals. I went to them when they just opened and loved that I could just walk in and not have to wait to get in to shoot. Those days are long gone. Expect a wait when you come. Their selection of guns is impressive and the customer service at the counter is generally good depending on who you get. If you're looking for a handgun range then they are a good option for the area. If you're looking for a rifle range up to 100 yds, you might have to go somewhere else.
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Aaron Doutt
2 weeks ago
Decent prices on the range, with excellent service. I just purchased a firearm from them and had to special order it. I got the gun quickly and was happy. They offer a few good classes and have good events to go to occasionally.
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Jonathan Luna
2 weeks ago
Brought an out of town friend here to shoot some guns on the range. Staff was rude and disinterested from the first hello. We ignored it and rented a glock 17 and a desert eagle, followed by rolling eyes. As soon as we went into the shooting range and started shooting the desert eagle, we were met with stares and shaking heads from staff and other shooters. Yes the gun is loud but we wanted to try it, its a shooting range after all, not a library. This is the last time I'll be coming here. I'll find a place where my business is welcome.
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Byron Moore
a week ago
Good, but not great because of the long waits and the girls that rent the lanes are horrible at customer service. Half the time they're barely interested in you as the customer, and you seem like an inconvenience. The gun reps are very helpful though.
Christopher Sanchez
a month ago
Recently tried to purchase a suppressor from SGA, being that this would have been my first NFA item Im a bit green when it comes to the processes and paperwork required for such transfers. The staff was very helpful, however I received a phone call from the manager stating that I was missing a form. I tried to explain that I never received the form in question from my lawyer. I was told that the trust would be submitted to the ATFE regardless of the fact that it would be denied and was hung up on. I immediately called back and canceled my purchase and informed them that I was in route to get my refund. I will no longer do business with SGA until new management is in place
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Nathaniel Anderson
2 months ago
This is a review for the gunsmith located behind Spring Guns and Ammo off of Spring Cypress Rd. Although I have no problems with Spring Guns and Ammo itself, I highly recommend NOT utilizing their gunsmith. Further, the review below is a little lengthy, but worth the read if you want to know the reasons. On 1 September, 2015, I brought in a Remington 870 shotgun and a M&P shield pistol to the gunsmith to work on. For the pistol, I had him adjust my rear sight, which he did with no problems. For the shotgun, I brought it in because I didn’t properly re-assemble it after disassembly at my home. After putting it together incorrectly, I cycled the action several times and tried to load rounds into the chamber; I realized I put it together incorrectly, and I fixed it. After realizing my mistake, I was concerned that I may have damaged some of the internal components. I explained my mistake and my concerns for internal damage to an employee of the gunsmith, and I requested a full inspection of all the internal parts of the shotgun. The employee at the desk told me I would be charged $75 for a visual inspection of all internal components of the shotgun, a functions check, and a live fire test at the range; the employee explained that the rear sight adjustment for my pistol would be no charge since it would only take a moment to fix. On 2, September, 2015, I went back to the gunsmith to pick up my weapons. I asked the same employee if the gunsmith had taken my shotgun apart to visually inspect all the components as I requested. She said, “I just asked him (the gunsmith) that question, and he said no”. The employee went on to say, “a functions check had been performed and a live fire test was conducted at the range; everything worked fine and there is no damage to your shotgun”. This isn’t necessarily true. Although my shotgun may be fine as the employee stated, there may be some internal damage that would still allow my shotgun to fire. This is why I wanted to pay a “professional gunsmith” to look at it to make sure all of the internal components were in good order. I have a lot of experience with firearms (not 870s), and I know this for a fact. Either the employee didn’t explain exactly what I wanted to the gunsmith, or the gunsmith took the lazy route; I’m not sure which. Either way, the work wasn’t done correctly. I complained to the employee about about paying such a high price for performing a functions check and putting a few rounds through it at the range. She explained, “the pricing was $35 for the service on shotgun and $35 for the pistol”. Although this is what my receipt reflects, it’s a contradiction from the previous day. Going off of the original pricing I was quoted the first day, I paid a ridiculous amount amount of money to do a functions check and live fire test; both are things I could have done myself. Now I will have to waste even more money for someone else to actually look at the weapon system’s internal components. I made a complaint to Jimmy, a manager of Spring Guns and Ammo, and I requested a partial refund. He offered some ammo to compensate for the loss, which was a good gesture, but I didn’t need anything from there store. He explained he couldn’t give any refunds for the gunsmith. That is a dumb policy! I would also like to point out that the gunsmith did not come out to talk to me when I dropped the weapon off or when I picked it up. I would think that he would at least explain to me what work he did or didn’t do when I came in to pick it up, but he didn’t. Also, there are no armorer certifications hanging up in the gunsmith’s lobby. I should have asked to see a Remington 870 armorer certification, or any certifications for that matter, but I didn’t. That’s my fault. With nothing hanging up as of 2 September, 2015, there’s a possibility that he isn’t accredited to work on firearms by anyone. Don’t waste your time or money on this gunsmith.
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rommy khalaf
3 weeks ago
Great experience both times I've been here. Good selection and really decent prices on firearms. Range is indoor and is great for target practice and just having fun.
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Travanti Campbell
5 months ago
The store here is very nice. There are many firearms and firearm parts & accessories to choose from. As far as the range goes, if you want to do some real shooting, go elsewhere. They have employees who's sole purpose is to watch your every move. I was hassled about "rapid fire" when I was not firing rapidly. I was using a Springfield XD .40 at this time. I fired about 5 shots down range about a half second apart. This guy came flying from behind the obsrevation glass, giving me crap about "rapid firing". His opinion was that I was pulling the trigger as fast as I could. Not the case at all. The other employees were not friendly and they acted as if they did not want to be bothered. There were some other things that happened that I feel were racially charged and I will not get into that part but I won't be visiting this place ever again. I'll take my chances at Shiloh.
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