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BamaTrooper 07-10-2008 00:01

Alabama Indoor Marksman
 
Alabama Indoor Marksman has opened in the location formerly occupied by Steve's Gun Shop in Saraland. They host an indoor IPSC style match every Tuesday.

mossy500camo 07-11-2008 12:01

Thanks for the info. Where is Saraland...:dunno:

BamaTrooper 07-11-2008 12:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by mossy500camo (Post 10846817)
Thanks for the info. Where is Saraland...:dunno:

http://www.mapquest.com/maps?city=Sa...+Ave+And+Us+43 it is on Harris Ave.

Phone numbers are 300-8726 and 300-8727.

engineer151515 07-11-2008 13:34

Thanks for the announcement.

QUEENGLOCK 07-14-2008 23:26

You will love it come on down. i ran it for the very first time and enjoyed the hell out of it. my time is a little slow but my hits were there. queen

Jazz5 07-15-2008 18:57

We are going to have to find a time for a meet and greet shoot em up.

Miranda 07-16-2008 20:02

?
 
Who owns it now, and what happened to steve?

QUEENGLOCK 07-17-2008 08:30

i don't know who ownes it now but steve is closing his other store down also, the one at schlinger and old shell. they might be open for 2 more weeeks. the help that used to work there are gone. it's sad and frustrating.

BamaTrooper 07-17-2008 08:47

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Originally Posted by Miranda (Post 10881119)
Who owns it now, and what happened to steve?

There was Steve that actually owned the 2 ranges, he is an older guy with a beard and glasses; then there was Steve Hysell, the guy that was in his 30s. He just ran the shop for Steve the owner.
I was in the AIM range the other day when Steve the owner came in and talked with Jerry Jockisch, the current owner and manager of AIM.
The Saraland store was closed do to the "...bad management that had been in place." I don't know why he is closing the Old Shell Road store. I think it was doing more business than the Saraland one.

Jerry seems to be making a good go at succeeding with the Saraland store, looking for ways to make the customers happy. I think he is going to be a lot freer with copes of his FFL. This means if you find an out of state purchase you want, he will do the transfer (for a fee) and you can have it sent to him and then come in and do your paperwork.

I hope he succeeds, I hate to see a range close. Now, if we can just get some better fans and vents in the back of the range...........

QUEENGLOCK 07-17-2008 12:42

Jerry the manager of aim is very helpful and knowledgable and has helped me alot when it has come to shooting. he said he knows it's incredible hot on tues.nites and he's working on it. last tues night we had 10 show up the week before we had 12. hopefully people will find out by word of mouth and come on down.

Miranda 07-19-2008 22:52

+1
 
Older steve is a true gun person and you can't get away from him when you start talking guns. I really like the guy. I went in the Saraland shop 1 time to buy a gun and young Steve was out for the moment but I got what I wanted and all the papers signed the girl behind the counter was just waiting for him to come back. First walks in his attitude, followed by his body I had already been waiting for somebody to take my money and noone else was in the store, he procedes to eat his McDonalds while he knows I'm waiting and have been waiting. In hind-sight I should have just walked out but I really wanted the rifle. I swore I'd never go back and never have. Even at the gun shows I just walk around his table and don't even bother to look cuz I'd never buy from him anyway no matter the price. I feel sorry for his wife if he has one. Older Steve is great.Young steve...........the worst salesperson ever. The Saraland shop never had a chance although it hung in there longer than I thought.


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