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The 5 Best Guns For Home Defense

Our “Top 5 List of Home Defense Guns”.

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FIRST: Do everything you can to reduce your chances of becoming a victim of crime. Check out Refuse To Be A Victim (RTBAV) locally taught in AZ by Instructors certified via Certified Training & Instruction, LLC. Classes and seminars are available nationwide.

NEXT: KNOW WHERE YOUR PROJECTILE WILL GO WHEN YOU FIRE A GUN – you can inadvertently injure the very people you are trying to protect by using ammo that travels through (considerations are body mass / sheetrock / caliber).
– Ball ammo vs expanding or frangible
– Shotgun pellets vs birdshot

IMPORTANT: Practice & train – you will not “rise to the occasion”…you will “fall back on your level of training”.

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AZFirearms to Sponsor a Weekly Segment of The Get Outdoors Show with Mike Russell on Talk Radio

We have some EXCITING NEWS!

Mike Russell, the host of the Get Outdoors Show on KTAR Radio 92.3PM in Phoenix, has invited AZFirearms to have a regular sponsored segment on his show, that began on April 11, 2015!

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The Get Outdoors Show just celebrated it’s 1 Year Anniversary, and in that brief time Mike has already expanded the length of the show from one hour to TWO! The show airs on 92.3 FM every Saturday from 12:noon – 2:pm. “Get Outdoors with Mike Russell” is Arizona’s ONLY outdoor show on the FM dial. A show dedicated to hunting, fishing, camping, family fun and conservation. Read More… Continue reading

You have a gun you want to sell, but you aren’t sure how to go about selling it…? is federally licensed to purchase any firearm, and any ammo, from anyone, in any state across the nation! is federally licensed to purchase any firearm, and any ammo, from anyone, in any state across the nation!

With all the fuss on the news lately about new laws, and new legislation proposals, where is a guy or a gal to turn?  How do you safely and legally sell a gun?

Well, the answer is…(at the risk of sounding like a commercial) CONTACT US!…and we’ll do the rest! is federally licensed to purchase any firearm, and any ammo, from anyone, in any state across the nation!

We buy single firearms or entire collections!  We can purchase your items outright, or if you like the idea of consigning your items to auction and watching the bidding action, you can consign your items to our sister company Pot Of Gold Estate Auctions.

Simply call or email us at 623-925-2345 / and tell us what you have to sell!  It is quick, simple, safe, legal, and even a little bit fun to make some extra money to pay bills!  And best of all, we take all the worry and fear you may have out of the process!

You need extra spending money, and we need some extra inventory – it’s a match made in heaven!  So, contact us today and get some Cash for your cache!  (Sorry…that was cheesy, but I couldn’t resist!)

Assault Weapon v. Sporting Rifle

U.S. Gun Sales Reach Record Levels In 2012

This link has some great information done in a compare and contrast format. The video clarifies some misunderstandings between an assault weapon and a sporter rifle. It includes a demonstration of magazine capacity and is a solid example of how quickly a magazine, regardless of its capacity, can be shot and the weapon reloaded.

Click Here to view the video


Buying A Gun As A Gift

Gun as a gift

With the hoildays closely behind us, this next year brings plenty of opportunities to purchase gifts. Firearms can a great present for both novice and experienced shooters and hunters. If you are considering buying a firearm for someone there are a number of things you should take into account aside from all laws state and federal which govern firearms.

Begin by asking friends who owns guns, do some online research, or seek input from your local firearms retailer. Another step to consider is the recipients’ experience with firearms. Careful consideration for the new shooter or hunter is very important. There are a lot of choices, handgun versus a rifle or shotgun and a myriad of calibers. Determine what the recipient’s desired use for the firearm will be. For example, will the gun be used for target shooting, hunting, carrying concealed, home protection and so on. Not many firearms can fill all of these needs, but purchasing a pocket pistol when their goal is to shoot clays, we may lessen the enjoyment of that activity for the recipient.

So by asking some simple questions we can make a better decision on the right gun to buy. Another option is to get a gift card from a retailer. This could make the experience more personal through the hands on selection of his or her firearm.

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