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Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« on: July 29, 2010, 01:38:19 AM »
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It there a list of airsoft stores in Arizona?  I'm on a buycott mission to support Arizona.
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2010, 06:38:03 AM »
The only dedicated airsoft store in Arizona is Gearbox Airsoft.  There's a few paintball stores that sell airsoft equipment as well.
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2010, 09:47:52 AM »
Arizona Paintball Depot sells airsoft equipment and does repairs.

2702 E Bell Rd,
Phoenix, AZ 85032
(602) 493-0318
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #3 on: July 29, 2010, 10:01:14 AM »
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #5 on: July 29, 2010, 12:12:37 PM »
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The only dedicated airsoft store in Arizona is Gearbox Airsoft.  There's a few paintball stores that sell airsoft equipment as well.

Unfortunately they don't have an online store so I can't see what they have.
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #6 on: July 29, 2010, 04:12:43 PM »
There is also Red Gila Tactical, its owned by a local airsofter. Theres not a big selection on the site though.

http://redgilatactical.com/store/
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #7 on: July 30, 2010, 01:07:48 AM »
There used to be a place called Command Post somewhere near the scottsdale area a few years back. Haven't heard about them since, unfortunately. Also Arizona Paintball Depot used to have a HUGE selection of airsoft gear....but again, that was a few years ago. Currently they still sell airsoft gear, but their selection tends to be very limited, and whenever you go in to ask about a product they give you the same "The airsoft stuff is just coming in slowly and unpredictably right now" speech. Decent service though, that's where I bought my Echo 1 M4, and they're pretty good with making repairs/modifications to airsoft guns. Lol I guess if you want a good selection of gear (no guns though), you could check out the army surplus store (actually named Allied Surplus) I've bought some great gear from them, including a full digital ACU uniform for only $60. :)
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #8 on: July 30, 2010, 12:03:56 PM »
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There used to be a place called Command Post somewhere near the scottsdale area a few years back. Haven't heard about them since, unfortunately. Also Arizona Paintball Depot used to have a HUGE selection of airsoft gear....but again, that was a few years ago. Currently they still sell airsoft gear, but their selection tends to be very limited, and whenever you go in to ask about a product they give you the same "The airsoft stuff is just coming in slowly and unpredictably right now" speech. Decent service though, that's where I bought my Echo 1 M4, and they're pretty good with making repairs/modifications to airsoft guns. Lol I guess if you want a good selection of gear (no guns though), you could check out the army surplus store (actually named Allied Surplus) I've bought some great gear from them, including a full digital ACU uniform for only $60. :)


command post moved to bell and 28th ave in phoenix they order from these three websites so you can find what you want and they will order it and have it in by weeks end.

http://jagprecision.com/store/
http://www.palcosports.com/
http://www.spartanimports.com/content/
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #9 on: July 30, 2010, 08:20:58 PM »
Command post is decent stuff, but compared to the others (Gearbox and APD) they are overpriced
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #10 on: July 30, 2010, 09:25:07 PM »
Last I checked apd had higher prices. One thing I noticed about all the airsoft stores is that they all have the same contracts with dealers.  Its hard to say one has better gear than the other. The reall question is how is the company's service record and where are they located at.  For me I would rather pay a bit more for better service. Since I have gotten into airsoft I have been to apd I have been to vangard, command post ,and gearbox. I know from my experiance they have better tecks and cheeper prices to get your guns worked on at commandpost then all the other stores
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #11 on: July 30, 2010, 09:55:05 PM »
there is also Disruptive Paintball & Airsoft in Tucson.
www.disruptivepaintball.com
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #12 on: July 30, 2010, 10:35:07 PM »
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The only dedicated airsoft store in Arizona is Gearbox Airsoft.  There's a few paintball stores that sell airsoft equipment as well.


I agree with XavierMace. I have always gone to Gearbox for everything. Ron has the best employees (Xavier) that can fix or help you with just about anything. Highly recommend them.
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #13 on: July 31, 2010, 05:41:05 AM »
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Last I checked apd had higher prices. One thing I noticed about all the airsoft stores is that they all have the same contracts with dealers.  Its hard to say one has better gear than the other. The reall question is how is the company's service record and where are they located at.  For me I would rather pay a bit more for better service. Since I have gotten into airsoft I have been to apd I have been to vangard, command post ,and gearbox. I know from my experiance they have better tecks and cheeper prices to get your guns worked on at commandpost then all the other stores

Gun wise all the stores are the same or in a general sense the same area. But buying bb's is a different story.

Command post cost of .28 echo1 5,000 bb's is 29.99 plus tax
Gearbox cost of the same bb's is 17.99 plus tax

 My opinion is that I would rather drive the 45 minutes to gearbox. To pay almost half for the same brand and quality. With repais I will pay a little more but have a fix that I feel better about knowing a professional worked on it and that is all that they do. Now not to bash on paintballer retails but their main income is paintball not airsoft
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Re: Airsoft Stores in Arizona
« Reply #14 on: July 31, 2010, 01:54:40 PM »
:shock: Command Post lives!!??? Yaaayyyy!!! Hahaha

Update 8/6: Went to CP today....gotta say, I was rather disappointed :(. Hardly any selection of guns or accessories, and the few things they did have were significantly overpriced. I went back to APD for comparison afterwords, who happened to have several items in stock I was actually going to purchase from an online retailer sometime in the near future, at the same or similar prices, as well as a decent selection of AEGs and GBBs :). Though I will admit, the guy in CP was nice lol. However the guy in APD was also a bit more knowledgable in airsoft. Definitely nice to know of another place I can go to check out some (admittadely minimal) airsoft gear though, so I'm still glad I went to check it out today.
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