All types of firearms, modern and antique, western and Indian artifacts, western art, military items, holsters, coins, jewelry, safes, ammunition, knives, swords, scopes and other firearms related accessories.
In addition to being a gun shop owner, a business I very much enjoy, my career started as a mining engineer which I followed for many exciting and interesting years In several locations in the US as well as in Canada and South America. I try to keep up with the business with monthly meetings with other professionals and field trips periodically to mine locations. Recently, I was in Durango Colorado with 9 other mining engineers I went to college with to tour the mine areas North of Durango into Silverton. I left the area 1 day before the spill at the Gold King mine north of Silverton that discolored the water from there into Southern CO, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona.
Having worked with the EPA, Greenpeace, Canadian Environmental agencies etc., I know that if a mine operator had been responsible, the manager would have been hauled off to jail in handcuffs. Since the EPA is responsible, it is being called an accident and the damage is being downplayed to being not that serious, and no one is being held accountable! Anyone involved in mine management accepts the fact that any of their actions that cause environmental or safety violations could result in jail time and disgrace for them and their families.
When I took over management of a large chemical plant operation in Connecticut, the previous manager was not there, he had been arrested for supposedly burying hazardous waste on the property. (Joe Lieberman was running for congress at that time and was serving as attorney general in the state of Connecticut and was responsible for the charges) It took me three years of digging and testing to prove there was no hazardous waste, but the former manager had been embarrassed in front of his family and the general public.
I guess with all the anxiety I and other mine managers have been through with the high level of expectations of their performance, I am disappointed the EPA and their contractors are not held to the same level of expectations.
By the way, the trip was very enjoyable and we took the narrow guage railroad to Silverton. The railway was built in 1880 and is still in use. There are some almost vertical drop-offs to the Animas River and for many miles, there are no people or roads so there is a lot of undisturbed beautiful areas. The locomotive was steam and the people running the railroad have a total of 7 steam locomotives, all dating from the late 1800's and early 1900's. There is no shortage of good eating places in Durango or Silverton and there are many interesting activities including river rafting. Also, Mesa Verde is close which has the most numerous and largest ancient cliff dwellings in the country.
Fort Knox Vault Current Inventory Includes:
10 qty Mavericks
5 qty Maverick +'s
5 qty Defenders
3 qty Protectors
2 qty Guardians
THE EXECUTIVE VAULT
The Fort Knox Executive Vault is built with 4 gauge (1/4″) solid steel walls. More steel = more security.
When you need solid, heavy, thick protection, the Executive Vault is the way to go. The Executive Vault comes with the 5 to 1 gear reduction in the handle, the star corner bolts and a finished in either our texture or gloss finish.
Pima Pistol Club is a member managed and operated facility. The range property is owned by the club and PPC is self-supporting.
Pima Pistol Club is an outdoor shooting range located on 15 acres in the western foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, about 15 miles north of Tucson, Arizona. The facility includes several ranges for various uses and distances (Please see Ranges for more details). The range is open year round to members and non-members.
Estate planning can be important as it relates to what happens with your house, properties, heirlooms, and vehicles; but what about your firearms? Where might your Grandfather's rifle or your first .22 or your collection of Colts end up and what can you do now to help ensure that they go where you intend them to?
This Wednesday August 5th from 10-12at the Hilton Tucson East on Broadway there is a presentation about Preparing Your Estate Plan.
Some of the topics discussed are going to be the transfer, inheritance, and ownership of non-NFA firearms. Issues with individual ownership of NFA items, and the benefits of creating Gun Trusts.
This week August 4-8 get a free box of ammunition with every in-stock firearm purchase.
**This deal is for our newsletter and radio listeners only.
Suppressors, Short Rifles, Full Auto, etc NFA Items In Stock & for Sale:
Here is what we have IN STOCK and ready to sell
Gemtech MIST integral Suppressor 10/22 barrel
Gemtech GM-22 .22 suppressors
Gemtech GMT-HALO 5.56
Gemtech GMT-556QM 5.56
AAC M4-2000 5.56
Surefire 5.56 MINI and Full size supressors
We even have silencers in stock to fit your 9mm MAC-11 full-auto, FN FiveseveN, and .338 Lapua!
Welcome to the Tucson Guns & Western Artifacts
Gun Store in east Tucson AZ 8556 E. Broadway
at Broadway & Camino Seco
Mon - Fri 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Sat 9 A.M. to 5 P.M
We offer firearms and accessories
We have hundreds of firearms in stock including modern rifles, shotguns, revolvers and pistols.
We are a Class 3 dealer specializing in suppressors, short barrel rifles and full auto of all types. We also have old style guns.
Tucson Guns also stocks a selection of Fort Knox safes
We are the Arizona representative for Fort Knox. You can special order a custom safe or choose from one in our showroom
Almost half of our 3000 square foot store features non-modern firearms.
Tucson Guns has historic one of a kind pieces, 'old shooters' and modern replicas of historic collectables
Find old relics yourself or look for gold with a Minelab metal detector. We are also the Tucson distributor for Minelab professional quality metal detectors