I have put this off a good bit, but I feel the need to take care of those that have taken care of me. This thread is about the two wonderful people that own "THE RIFLEMAN" Mark and Yvette are the best at what they do, and thatâ€™s being good gun store owners and great people. The best I have EVER run across when it comes to gun store owners. Mark has always dealt with me in a VERY courteous way by always being informative and helpful. He is a smart guy who I believe will be able to rival anybody on this forum when it comes to gun knowledge. He knows TONS. He's definitely not the "gun store commando." His wife Yvette is a true pleasure to deal with as well. She has always welcomed me and helps me in anyway possible. As far as guns go she probably knows more about them than most guys... She remembers my name, asks about my daughter, and knows how to take care of me when Iâ€™m in their store. Neither of them have ever pressured me into a sale, as a matter of fact their personality and guns sell themselves. I just go in there to play/look and eventually end up spending money. They are fair on trades and are always willing to take a look at what you've got. If you want something that they donâ€™t have then they will call all over to find you a good price. Also they are a class III dealer and have all sorts of toys ready for you high dollar guys. Ive seen some and all I did was drool It was HEAVEN to hold/play/touch them and just realize that I held well over 100K worth of guns in one day. (If that just made you think about robbing them, I suggest you go elsewhere... Unless you want WWIII to start on ur ass) They work for you not against you. Which always makes you feel good about the store you are in instead of some guy that doesnâ€™t know crap about guns and tries to low ball the hell out of you on a trade. I had a "GScommando" tell me once that my hammer was back and that he was just letting me know for my safety... I looked at my 1911, looked at him, smiled and said thanks. My point is this.... If you live anywhere in the south and want to buy a firearm then you would be a fool to not make the trip to Mark and Yvette's place... "THE RIFLEMAN"