The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
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only a couple ( #1 Course TIFFIN)
i bought my first gun thier it was a spyder Extra ( sucks) and everything was fine i got way over charged though. I paid $150 for the gun and $70 for a cheap JT spectra. I was treated fine until i got a diablo mongoose 2. Jack (the owner) will automatically hate you if you have anything besides a Spyder or anything bought anywhere else. The last time i went then were about to close and we wanted to get a few games in. My friends gun was shooting at 296 and he was not alowed on the field. Jack wanted him to pay to fix it (cut the spring). I said i would do it and he wouldnt let me use a pair of side cutters. I got it fixed, while Jack is bi*chin about it not gonna work. It did, but too late they closed and we left. the end. I WILL NEVER GO BACK!
Dispute: I have to comment about this review for a couple of very simple reasons. First, I would not let any one "borrow" my tools. It is an opportunity for added expense. I break enough stuff on my own. Second, as far as the pricing of guns go, Jack warrants anything he sells there...FOR LIFE!! I know first hand just what shipping a gun to a MFGR can cost, and that alone is worth the additional fee. Also, I bought a Spyder Xtra, and an Ion from him, as well as tanks, hoppers, and masks (3) for myself and my step son, and have referred several people to Jack. Can you get stuff cheaper on the net? Sure you can. Then pay for shipping. then the head ache when its not there when you need it. then when its not what you wanted. Then send it in after a few years to get fixed...you get the idea. Also, I realize that paint is cheaper other places, but the point is that they don't charge you for the field!
In addition, as far as them closing on you, they are open 6 days a week, with posted hours, little help and the owner always nearby. If your gun is not safe without having work done to it, and a man who owns a business did not profit in selling the gun, then he SHOULD charge for the fix! I know no one is perfect, but at least the people are helpful whenever they can be. Also, my step son has a Trilogy Pro (GREAT GUN for accuracy, by the way!), and Jack didn't like that I bought it somewhere else. Then I told him why, and he just wanted to make sure I knew he didn't know or want to learn anything about Auto-cockers. I don't blame him one bit, either, nor am I upset about it. Every one there cares about the game and that people are enjoying themselves. That puts them miles ahead of many competitors, and they always seek to improve as well.