AmChar Georgia Announces Grand Opening for May 3-4

AmChar Wholesale is proud to announce the Grand Opening of AmChar Georgia: LE Gun Range & Store on May 3rd and 4th 2019. This huge grand opening celebration is in honor of all local heroes current and retired.
AmChar Wholesale is proud to announce the Grand Opening of AmChar Georgia: LE Gun Range & Store on May 3rd and 4th 2019. This huge grand opening celebration is in honor of all local heroes current and retired.

McDonough, GA – (Ammoland.com) – AmChar Wholesale is proud to announce the Grand Opening of AmChar Georgia: LE Gun Range & Store on May 3rd and 4th 2019. This huge grand opening celebration is in honor of all local heroes current and retired.

“AmChar Georgia is a private store and gun range open only to active and retired Law Enforcement, Military and First Responders,” says Tony Dichario, President of AmChar. “We strive to offer a comfortable and exclusive atmosphere to those that have and continue to serve our communities and country.”

During the Grand Opening, there will be lunch served on Friday and Saturday from 1-3 pm. Everyone in attendance 18 years of age and older will receive a free Adco Thumb Saver.

Come speak with and meet representatives from several manufacturers,ask questions and see product demonstrations . On Saturday, May 4 at 2 pm, there will be door prizes given away from firearms manufacturers like Glock, Springfield, Taurus, Sig Saur, H&K, American Tactical, Benelli and many others.

The Grand Opening will be held at the new AmChar Georgia facility, located at 775 Hwy-42 North, McDonough, GA 30253. Attendees and guests must show credentials at the door! For more information, contact AmChar Georgia at 800.333.0695 ext. 145.

For more information on dealer opportunities please contact Joe Calabro with Amchar Wholesale at [email protected] or call 1-800-333-0695

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Tim
Tim
1 year ago

Relax Gentlemen. I think this is still Merica. People are still allowed to spend – lose and or gain money the way the deem fit. Well, in the legal parameters of the law.

Graystone
Graystone
1 year ago

OBOB. So, are you saying that the gun community should be like the Boy Scouts or the Girl Scouts and be all inclusive?
What’s wrong with like minded folks who have much in common (e.g. VFW, Am Legion etc) having a place of their own? I served in the USN and enjoy talking to other Navy persons, same as those who served in the Marine Corp, Army, Air Force, Coast Guard do. We have commonality that others may not relate to.
I hope you get my point. In the meantime I wish Armchar of Georgia the Very Best.

Robert Thomas
Robert Thomas
1 year ago

I hope these asshats go out of business as soon as possible.

Suck-it-up-buttercup
Suck-it-up-buttercup
1 year ago
Reply to  Robert Thomas

Why don’t you hustle your cowardly ass down to a recuiters office, then you can join the club, you whiney coward.

johnny
johnny
1 year ago
Reply to  Robert Thomas

hey robert you suck

AggregatVier
AggregatVier
1 year ago

Relax. I’m sure the “Now open to the general public” sign is already printed and ready to hang. Only question is how long before they hang enough to hang the sign.

K.Brown
K.Brown
1 year ago

Bad idea. Unless owned by folks with plenty of money to lose. Good luck with sale.

John D.
John D.
1 year ago

They’ll come around…………to the money of the general public.

Rick
Rick
1 year ago

Sounds like a great place. Here you won’t have to worry about the crazy lunatic gun owners that don’t know how to safely function with loaded firearms.

OBOB
OBOB
1 year ago
Reply to  Rick

LOL

like cops are any better?

must I pull out that video of a cop blasting himself by accident in front of a school room full of kids??

Keighvin
Keighvin
1 year ago
Reply to  OBOB

You are not counting the number of LEO’s who unfortunately commit suicide at the range.

Stan Clare
Stan Clare
1 year ago

Sounds like they are eliminating an entire segment of the buying public. Are they?

OBOB
OBOB
1 year ago

stupidest Idea I have ever seen for a gun club let alone a store???

I guess they PLAN on going out of biz soon?

Graystone
Graystone
1 year ago
Reply to  OBOB

OBOB. So, are you saying that the gun community should be like the Boy Scouts or the Girl Scouts and be all inclusive?
What’s wrong with like minded folks who have much in common (e.g. VFW, Am Legion etc) having a place of their own? I served in the USN and enjoy talking to other Navy persons, same as those who served in the Marine Corp, Army, Air Force, Coast Guard do. We have commonality that others may not relate to.
I hope you get my point. In the meantime I wish Armchar of Georgia the Very Best.

Robert
Robert
1 year ago

Woopie ,i mean we the people cant go inside.why are we seeing this sorta eletist place? This item should never been intalled here.i mean what good is it for us who arent loe and fire fighters?

Armorer94
Armorer94
1 year ago
Reply to  Robert

Your reply looks like your cat typed it for you. Proper spelling and punctuation are crucial if you want people to take you seriously. As to the content, I agree with others here: soldiers have the VFW and American Legion, why can’t first responders have something similar.