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Training on the Cheap – Cost Effective Training Ideas

2017-01-17T04:22:50+00:00 By |Training, Uncategorized|

Ammunition gets expensive. Especially when you blow through hundreds of a rounds in a single day. The Diamondback Training Team cadre of instructors often times like to stay and train after whatever class we just taught was departed. This is every Saturday, and several weekday courses as well. The good news is, we get a [...]

Free Handgun Cleaning and Maintenance Class

2016-09-03T10:45:06+00:00 By |Training|

FREE CLASS Handgun Cleaning and Maintenance Class Learn How to Properly Clean and Maintain Your Handgun WHEN: Saturday, September 10th from 9:00am to 11:00am WHERE: Diamondback Shooting Sports in our 2nd Floor Classroom WHAT TO BRING: Your UNLOADED Handgun with a Basic Cleaning “Kit” Appropriate For Your Handgun Caliber CLASS CONTENT: Basic Disassembly, Cleaning, Lubrication, [...]

Police and Competitive Shooting Sports

2016-06-23T18:02:27+00:00 By |Training|

While I agree with the author that competitive shooting is good for police officers, I would take it a step further and say that anyone who carries and/or depends on firearms would benefit. The most important step you can take in owning a firearm is getting trained. Think you have had enough training? Wrong, your training [...]

The Same Room Rule, Effective Home Defense Planning Tucson, AZ

2017-12-05T21:14:50+00:00 By |Training, Uncategorized|

In our Tucson, Arizona CCW Permit classes, I spend a fair amount of time addressing Home Defense considerations.  My reason for doing so goes beyond merely educating students on the Castle Doctrine law.  My goal is to present enough information about the law and practical planning considerations, so students can go home and hone solid [...]

Kids Safety Training 2016

2017-12-05T21:14:50+00:00 By |Training, Uncategorized|

Back, due to popular demand! Diamondback Training Division will resume regular FREE Kids Safety Seminars, which will be conducted in our store’s classroom. In the first quarter of 2016, the Training Division offered several free seminars. The most popular of which was the free Kids Safety Seminar. We’ve received numerous calls since, asking about this [...]

Building a Broad Foundation

2017-12-05T21:14:50+00:00 By |Training|

If you’re one of the countless firearms owners that has not yet come to the place where you acknowledge and appreciate the tremendous benefits of training, this blog entry is not for you. However, if you’re among the rapidly growing ranks of responsibly armed citizens interested in developing and expanding your skills and abilities, you’re [...]

CC Round Chambered or No?

2017-12-05T21:14:50+00:00 By |Training|

Working in a popular gun store and as a firearms instructor, I frequently address customers' concerns about concealed carry with a round in the chamber. Some are simply not comfortable with the idea of having a loaded gun on their person, especially with a round in the pipe. Others, myself included, opt. to train with their weapon [...]

Train the way you fight

2017-12-05T21:14:50+00:00 By |Training|

As a former soldier and law enforcement officer, I've heard that phrase countless times. “Train the way you fight, because you'll fight the way you've trained.” The intent behind such a motivational phrase is to intensify the level of training, to step it up a notch or two, prepare yourself for combat, and not just go through the [...]

Handgun and Caliber Selection

2017-12-05T21:14:51+00:00 By |Training|

Perhaps you've heard of the "Ford vs. Chevy" debate. In one corner, you'll have the die hard Ford fanatics, that love anything and everything Ford, and detest all things Chevrolet. In the opposing corner you'll have the Chevy crowd that mirrors the Ford corner. This debate has been raging for decades, and will likely continue to [...]

Diamondback Shooting Sports
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4.4 out of 5 stars

Jessmar Romea
Jessmar Romea

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

I went in there today because I thought my recently purchased revolver had a manufacturer's defect that required it to be returned to be inspected. I was assisted promptly. They gave me the option to have the gun smith take a proper look at the firearm to try and resolve the issue, which would save me money on shipping and transfer fees. Kevin, was awesome. Very knowledgeable and ended up resolving the issue I had. He patiently listened to the questions I had about the gun answered and gave me advice on how to care for the firearm properly. I will definitely be going back.

Tony Gonzales
Tony Gonzales

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Overall a good gun store, they seem to have a little of everything I’m terms of guns, gear, ammo, and accessories. The only thing I think is lacking pretty hard in my opinion is the ammunition selection, I would purpose they erect more shelves and get a bigger selection of ammo.

Their firearms inventory is usually stocked full it seems with the latest guns along with older best selling guns. Just one thing for the manager to think about, I’m not running the store so I don’t know the marketing trends and what would be best for the store monetarily, but I feel like there should be a selection of regular pistol braces for AR pistols, since AR pistols have become so popular. I think it’s kinda weird that the only braces diamondback sells is a selection of pistol braces for the CZ scorpion, which is a very proprietary gun but not the sb tactical braces which would be applicable to more people to use, I’m sure they’d get more people buying regular braces than proprietary ones. Just my 2 cents. More people have AR pistols and not the CZ... just an observation really.

Overall a good store in my experience. They sold me my first handgun and AR15, so I will always be grateful. Everyone has been a great help. I might even try and work here one day!

Julio Olmedo
Julio Olmedo

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 days ago

I had a great experience at this store, the employees are warm and welcoming. They helped me find the ammunition I was looking for and asked me if I needed any further assistance. I'll be coming back again! 😊

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