Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Tuesday means FREE range time for ladies!

That's right, FREE range time for ladies from 10am until 9pm. 

And if that's not enough, men who accompany ladies 
get half off their rangetime! 

Come on out!

Also, we have two, count them, two ladies day specials!

Ladies Day Special #1

Ruger LCP .380 $399.99
Pocket holster $24.99
Handgun conceal carry class $90.00
2 - 12 visit range passes $120.00
...Total $634.98
Get it all in one package for $499.00

 Ladies Day Special #2

Sig Sauer P238 .380 $639.99
DeSantis holster $23.99
Handgun conceal carry class $90.00
2 - 12 visit range passes $120.00
...Total $873.98
Get it all for $699.00


Monday, February 21, 2011

A Request From The Shack

We have received a request from the blue shack.


Sunday, February 20, 2011


We're giving away FREE GUNS!

Gun giveaway #1
Each rental of one of our machine guns enters you for the chance to win a 
brand new Kel Tec P3AT pistol! 
The drawing for this pistol will be held on Sunday February 27th.

Gun giveaway #2
Guess the number of shells in our aquarium and win the GLOCK of your choice! 
The drawing for this pistol will be on March 3rd.
It goes without saying that you must be at least 21 years of age and able to pass an ATF background check to receive the above firearms. 

We'll be giving away more firearms in the future so stay tuned to our Facebook 
and this blog for all the details.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

A Song For A Saturday Night



Gun Prices Are Too Damn High!

Do the high prices most 
gun stores charge make you sick?

Coal Creek Armory is solving that with new too low to advertise pricing on most firearms in-stock! 

Glocks - $25.00 off
Sig Sauer - P250 starting at $389.00 and 10% off all other in-stock Sigs
Springfield Armory XD - Starting at $450.00
 More used guns than you can shake a stick at!

Come out and get the best value for your money!

Also, we're GIVING AWAY two Glock pistols! Come by for details!

Friday, February 18, 2011

Will Tennessee Carry Law Follow Vermont?

Good Hill Press has a detailed report detailing Senator Stacey Campfield's introduction of SB 397 in the Tennessee General Assembly.

Now is the time to let your critters know how much you support this. Call, write and fax them!

Sunday, February 13, 2011

How to properly lubricate your GLOCK pistol

We have received mucho positive feedback about our recent AR15 lubrication primer, and were asked, 'Hey man, what's your secret to keeping a Glock pistol lubricated?" 

Well. Here is our tutorial on how to properly lubricate your Glock pistol:

Field strip your Glock (or similar) pistol like so. 
Clean all parts with a quailty solvent prior
to lubrication. 
For this tutorial we are using Lubrilate 130-A. 
You can use whichever gun lube you like. 

Place a small drop of lube forward of the ejection port.

 Smear it around until you get 100% coverage (over application for visual).

Small drop inside both rails keeps the slide running smoothly.

 Small drop on the barrel.

 And then rub it in to coat.

Small drop inside of the frame.

Small drop inside the lug and you're done.

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Thursday, February 10, 2011

Springfield XD9, XD40, XD357 and XD45 models on sale!

Weekly special! 
All instock Springfield Armory XD9, XD40, XD357 and XD45 pistols
Full size and sub-compact

All XD9, XD40 and XD357 at $450.00

XD45 at $485

Stop by or call today for these big savings!

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Wednesday, February 09, 2011

How to properly lubricate your AR15 type rifle

Much has been said about what is and what is not the proper way to lubricate the AR15 type rifle. 

This tutorial will hopefully end much of the speculation and give you an easy to follow system that 
will result in a flawlessly functioning firearm. 

These are all the parts in an AR15/M16 that require proper lubrication. Clean them with quality solvent prior to lubrication. Our choice of lubrication varies, but for this demonstration we are using Lubriplate 130-A which is the Mil-Spec grease.
Next step, apply a light coating to the exterior of the bolt.

We like to apply a small drop to the firing pin retainer. It is not necessary.

Here is where most people miss the mark. There are small rails on the exterior of the carrier. They will be come more visible with use. Note the shiny areas along the top and bottom of the carrier.

Apply a small amount (once again more is applied for visual) along the carrier rails.

Rub it in until it leaves a slight coating.

Place a small drop at the tip of the charging handle where you see the shiny area(s).

Coat the charging handle. This is not a required step, but it lessens the wear on the handle as well as the upper and lessens the drag when charging the firearm.

The reassemble and enjoy a few thousand rounds of jam-free shooting.

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