Join us on Friday, March 17th for Steyr Day
- Factory rep on site all day to answer questions
- Full inventory of Steyr products, including pistols, Scouts, AUGs and more
- Enter to win bulk boxes of 22LR ammo and more great prizes
- Click here to see a Full Auto Steyr AUG in action with one of our employees
Please click here for directions. See you then!
Join us in retail store for Ruger Days Friday and Saturday, March 10-11 for Ruger Days.
- Lowest prices all year on Ruger firearms
- Drawing for Ruger gear, free 22LR ammo, as well as other great prizes
- 20% off all in-stock CRKT knives
Join us both days and take advantage of this amazing sale. Please click here for directions to our retail store.
Due to a recent class action lawsuit, Remington has agreed to repair affected models of its Remington 700 and Model 7 rifles. The class action lawsuit claims that trigger mechanisms with a component part known as a trigger connector are defectively designed and can result in accidental discharges without the trigger being pulled. The lawsuit further claims that from May 1, 2006 to April 9, 2014, the X-Mark Pro trigger mechanism assembly process created the potential for the application of an excess amount of bonding agent, which could cause Model 700 or Seven bolt-action rifles containing such trigger mechanisms to discharge without a trigger pull under certain limited conditions. The lawsuit contends that the value and utility of these firearms have been diminished as a result of these alleged defects. Defendants deny any wrongdoing.
Hyatt Guns will supply with a shipping box if you have an affected rifle.
For more information, please visit Remington’s Class Action web site by clicking here or call 1-800-876-5940.
Purchase ANY new Springfield Armory Pistol chambered in 9mm, 40 S&W or 45 ACP through June 30, 2017 and get four extra magazines, double magazine pouch and a holster FREE from Springfield Armory. Please click here to check out our Springfield Armory pistols.
You spoke and we listened! Along with accepting all major forms to credit card payment at no additional fee, Hyatt Guns is now accepting layaways through our online store. Our layaway plan is simple and easy and allows you to pay for your purchase over time. Simply place your order online as you normally would, select “Layaway” under the Payment Method and pay your deposit with your credit card.
Items eligible for our layaway plan will have a blue button that says “Layaway Available for this Item.” Upon receipt of your non-refundable deposit, we will take the item out of our inventory and activate your 90-day term. Simple and easy!
Hyatt Guns just received its first shipment of U.S. Optics Rifle Scopes. These are, by far, the best rifle scopes available today.
U.S. Optics has been building custom riflescopes and optics for 25 years. In this span of time the functionality, durability and clarity of our optics has evolved through research and development efforts, invaluable end user feedback, design innovation and proven engineering principles. A family of core products has emerged from U.S. Optics as a result of our dedication and perseverance to build the best optics available for the precision shooter.
The genesis of the current U.S. Optics commercial off the shelf (COTS) product line is rooted in custom scopes built to satisfy the needs of military and law enforcement personnel, competitive shooters and hunters over three decades. The models that make up the commercial product line were chosen because of an overwhelmingly similar ordering pattern for specific features and magnification ranges. There is very little difference between commercial products and a custom-built optic. All COTS products come off of the same production lines and are assembled by the same skilled technicians who build every custom scope.
U.S. Optics scopes are manufactured and assembled to exacting specifications of an engineered optical prescription to gather, filter and transmit light starting with the objective lens and through all optical elements ending with the eyepiece. The result is a family of optics that transmit a sharp image with maximum clarity in a rugged, punishment proof housing in the best and worst of environmental conditions.
Recent events have brought the political football of “Universal Background Checks” to the forefront of the news. Though that football shall remain deflated (sorry Tom Brady) for the purpose for this article, we’d like to take a few minutes to answer the often-asked question: “What do I need to do to buy a gun?”
We’re going to focus on our home state of North Carolina. If you’re from outside the Great North State, the NRA has amassed a pretty exhaustive list of state gun laws at the following link: https://www.nraila.org/gun-laws/state-gun-laws/
The SIG Arm brace has caused more questions and more controversy than it ever should have. Gun owners did not help any, nor did “Innovators” who try to push the envelope on the National Firearms Act.
SIG Sauer developed a stabilizing brace to facilitate single hand firing of its AR/Rifle line handguns. They wanted to develop a device that when added to the SIG “AR” pistol would assist limited mobility and handicapped shooters. They submitted the design to the Technology Branch of the BATFE and it got approved. If you have ever seen one of these things, you know that it looks like a buttstock that is hollowed out and open on the bottom. It attaches by a Velcro strap to the forearm. It seems too easy, right? One would think. ATF in its ORIGINAL opinion letter, dated November 26, 2012 said that if the brace was not modified in any way, that it was not intended to nor designed to fire the weapon from the shoulder. However, no one had specifically said that you could NOT fire it from the shoulder, making it a defacto shoulder stock.
Continue reading Ask Roger: What’s the Deal with the Sig Arm Brace?