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Carson123987
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
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Jim’s is garbage. Go to Hebert’s Guns.


They’re both garbage. Go to Bowie on Perkins

No clue how Jim’s stays open selling everything at MSRP


dstone12
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
All lives should arm up if they are doing it legal.

Because each life matters.


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LSUsmartass
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
Went to Gonzales gun show last weekend and I'd say it was 80% blacks buying up the ARs


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LSUsmartass
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
Carson, you still at Bowies?


sec13rowBBseat28
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
I was also in there today to purchase a scope. Lots of culture.


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sec13rowBBseat28
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
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Jim’s is garbage. Go to Hebert’s Guns.
I actually went to both of these places today. Jim’s inventory and selection was MUCH better than Hebert’s. Jim’s actually had a scope I was looking for that I couldn’t find anywhere online.


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partyboy1930
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
They don’t have the money to buy a quality weapon like that. Don’t worry.


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The Jackson 4
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
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"people of color"




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kingbob
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
What were prices looking like?


mikeytig
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
I had the same experience at Jims several weeks ago only these "people of color" we're not MAGA.



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Double Oh
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
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Not sure if that’s good or bad.



Would probably depend on the individual. Most are trigger happy.


theunknownknight
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
I'd take a CZ over a glock any day


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Matt225
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
Been to Jims about 2x a month since Covid begin.
See alot of straw buys IMHO. Women filling out forms but for their BF. I am sure she getting that Taurus 40sw.


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UnderhandRabbit
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
Went to Interstate Guns a few weeks ago and it was majority young black males and females inside.


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pointman
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
Remember this, their are more red necks armed to the teeth then the entire black population in the US.


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Scoob
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
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What were prices looking like?

Curious about this myself. I went in June looking for an inexpensive AR, guy at the counter said they were out of everything south of 1k at the time. Ended up finding something online for right about $500.

Regarding lots of "people of color", I've seen that at the range too, when I went recently. I've read stuff online that confirm gun (and ammo) sales are through the roof for all demographics, including blacks. People are scared right now.


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lsufan1971
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
I witnessed a straw purchase attempt at a local gun shop last Saturday. 2 males with a female. Overheard the 2 males instruct the female what guns they wanted her to look at and told her not to worry about it because she could pass the background check.

I went out to my truck and called the store to alert them and gave them a description of the 3 folks.
This post was edited on 8/1 at 6:30 am


jimjackandjose
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
The blacks at Jim's buying firearms are as fed up with the rioting and violence going on as everyone on this board.

They are just wise enough to know it is time to prepare


lsufan1971
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
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The blacks at Jim's buying firearms are as fed up with the rioting and violence going on as everyone on this board.


Most are but there are some that are gang bangers buying to fight the gang war going on in BR.


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Smokeyone
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re: Went to Jim's Firearms in Baton Rouge
My local rural king shop is down to Stoeger and Springfield XDs for semi auto handguns, a couple Springfield M14s and bolt guns.

The range I use to work at sometimes in Georgia is down to 80,000 small pistol primers for their range ammo. That’s about 2 weeks til they are out of 9mm, 38sp, 357 mag, 40sw, range ammo with no resupply coming. That’s the stuff they have and what they can make. It’s hard to make money when they have no firearms to sell and no ammo for the range. And the folks that have their own is dwindling.


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