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2007
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24
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44,690
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At a Glance

We've been asked by a lot of people about how we've grown so quickly. When we started Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore, Ryan Vance wanted to continue doing what his family had already perfected after 80 years with Vance Outdoors. So the answer's actually pretty simple: we dedicate ourselves to giving our customers what they want, along with the customer service they deserve.

With roots that trace back to 1938, Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore is one of the longest-lasting gun dealers still active in the United States.

We make buying guns online easier.

Buy a gun online without worrying about credit card fees, shipping charges, long delivery times, and whether or not we actually have the gun in stock. Seems like a no-brainer, but we have yet to meet another online gun retailer who can say the same thing.
Phil from Bethlehem, PA
15 Jan
This used police trade in Glock 22 was rated as good condition and arrived in great condition. This was not my first firearm purchase from SOSS and definitely will not be my last. Their products, prices, shipping time, delivery, and service are second to none. Everyone at the range said wow when I showed them this gun. Don't waste your time looking at other online gun sales, these guys are tops. I'm already scoping out another one. Thanks SOSS !!
Brian from Mukilteo, WA
15 Jan
This was a buy before you try situation for me as I couldn't find any around me to rent, but I was encouraged by the Youtube reviews I'd seen about how minimal of a difference there is in handling between this and the Shield 9 that I'd previously rented so I decided to buy it. There's no question that you're shooting a 45 when you're holding this, but for such a small package the recoil is very well controlled, followup shots are easily managed after you've gotten used to the way this gun handles. Not snappy, more of a push. I wouldn't say this is any harder to handle than the M&P 45 Compact which I've also tried. The grip was a little rough in my hand initially and I had trouble getting through more than 75 rounds on my first trip, but by my second trip my hand was more prepared for it and I found it to be much more comfortable. I might end up trying out some Talon grips on there but I believe the aggressive stippling is one of the major factors in minimizing the felt recoil. Definitely would recommend an undershirt though to prevent sanding the skin off of your hip. 150 rounds of 230 ball and 10 rounds of 230 HSTs ran through without an issue. Shipping was fast and simple to my FFL.
Ken from East Fallowfield, PA
15 Jan
I did a lot of research before deciding on the 9C and then found it here on sale significantly cheaper than any other site, plus free shipping. Transaction went well, just figure a few days as they say before it ships. As is often mentioned in reviews, slide was rather stiff but loosened up some after lubing and a bit of dry firing. I was just able today to make it to the range for the first time and was surprised at the accuracy. I got at 25 yards with this over others I've been shooting. The mag springs are really stiff so far also as reviews often state so I recommend getting a speed loader to help with that. Excellent feel and fit in my hand with the installed medium grip but it also comes with a small and large to swap out if needed. The gritty trigger of the 9C is often mentioned but I don't mind this one at all - maybe I'm easy to please but no problem shooting it or sensing the break. External safety is broad enough to flick off easily with the thumb during draw but not interfere with holstering or CC. In short, I love this gun and highly recommend it as well as recommend buying it here!