SC ARMS HOLDS GRAND RE-OPENING AFTER EXPANSION! STORE SIZE DOUBLED AND LINE WAS OUT THE DOOR!
by Black Wire Media Thur. Dec. 17, 2020 www.cnjfo.com/join-us
CNJFO sponsor Derek Pitera, President of SC Arms in Spotswood, NJ, had every Pink Card holder (retail firearms counterperson) he employs on deck for the Grand Re-Opening of his full-service gun store on Tuesday. The popular retailer had a line 20 buyers deep for HOURS. Some folks just wanted ammo, others were gun shopping, and recent customers that already bought firearms were picking up after being notified that their "INSTANT" NICS check was complete (after waiting a full week or more)!
SC Arms acquired the empty storefront directly adjacent to their 1,500 sq ft store in Romeo Plaza a few short weeks ago, and in just 4 days, rewired phones and computers, moved stock and display cases, thereby doubling the sales floor.
We interviewed several patient customers in line, asking them how long they've been a gun owner and why they shopped at SC Arms. A 21 year old woman was there to pick up her first hand gun; she has had a Firearms ID Card since she was 18, enjoys shooting and being empowered as only a firearm can provide. A mature woman brought her collage age son to buy a sporting rifle. They both said the customer service SC Arms offers is spectacular, even in these stressful times. CNJFO member Brian Barnes helped his mom pick out a new hand gun while his dad Edward waited in line to buy ammo. The Barnes family are strong 2nd Amendment supporters.
Dark Storm Industries, a Long Island, NY based sporting rifle manufacturer, sent two people to man a table displaying a handful of their latest offerings, including their popular non-NFA firearms. Customers asked questions, held the firearms and took catalogs. SC Arms is an authorized DSI retailer.
Eat Clean Bro, a NJ based full service food vendor, set up a folding table and brought 150 complimentary wraps and cases of bottled water to feed the assembled crowd. The fresh-made wraps were served "box lunch style" and featured pretzels and a clementine. CNJFO set up a small vertical banner and handed-out brochures next to Eat Clean Bro.
"Buddy", a 2 year old 200 pound Saint Bernard, complete with cask on his collar, made a hit entertaining fellow customers and vendors alike. To learn more about SC Arms, stop in or visit their website at: