A new-to-me shop opened recently on the corner of El Camino and Mary in the old, gray (now flat-black) Economy Imports building. Formerly a place to get hot-rod parts for foreign cars, now you can get hot-rod parts for Americana and foreign guns. Behind the counter Eric Fisher holds down the fort with help from Josh and Mike.
Eric formerly ran Reed’s Gun Range during the transition period from National and was responsible for bringing the awesome Louis Awerbuck to train people here locally, thanks Eric!! Since the on-going Reed’s re-confabulation spins out, he has moved to a new business and will soon have new training opportunities – (hopefully Louis among them) and this is it.
U.S. Firearms Company is a full-service gun shop that offers its customers the highest quality defensive equipment available. U.S. Firearms offers defensive shooting classes with well known respected instructors who specialize in the art of defensive shooting and tactics. U.S. Firearms has a unique hunting program that not only gives you a time and place to hunt, but can walk you through the entire process from picking a firearm and getting outfitted for the hunt to step by step hands on instruction in the field.
To understand the level of ignorance and bias that exists around here, we offer a quote from the local Fishwrap and Parakeet Liner that illuminates the mind of a Left-wing “educator”who was opposed to the shop opening at its present location.
“I realize that we can educate kids about these kinds of stores and different types of weapons, but being an educator, I’m not sure I want to educate my second-graders about that,” said XName-RedactedX, a Sunnyvale resident and teacher…
U.S. Firearms Co. has a good selection of reading material, and while I was there I took the opportunity to pick-up a copy of Louis’ book Why There’s No Such Thing as an “Advanced” Gunfight and another by Col. Cooper Principles of Personal Defense.
Compared to some hunting-only gun-shops that are hereabouts (hey Imberts!) the folks at U.S.F.C. had some OMG black equipment with picatinny rails and such, and a quantity-selection of M1 Garands. Woot!
In one display case they had a monster Surefire light that I had heard about but never seen, one that’s used in the current conflict mounted on .50BMG machine guns – the Hellfire. Eric held it up for a picture. Damn it’s a big sucker! What kind of super-ACOG goes with that??
So glad to see a new shop in the area!