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Blue Chicken Armory

4135 Alexandria Pike Ste.109, Cold Spring, Ky 41076

Business Details

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Blue Chicken Armory is a full service class 3 dealer of firearms, ammunitions, and outdoors gear! Peck around at www.BlueChickenArmory.com



Do we have a storefront?
A: Yes and no... We run everything out of our real estate office and do keep a few concealed carry options and oddball/used guns in the safe. We have Thousands of firearms and accessories online and available to purchase.

Where do I pickup my gun if I buy online?
A: Buy online and pickup at our office!
4135 Alexandria Pike Ste. 109 Cold Spring KY 41076
OR ship to an FFL dealer near you! Whichever is most convenient to you!

How can you afford to sell stuff so cheap?
A: The online store allows us to carry a huge inventory with very little overhead! Plus we are Realtors and Auctioneers and make our living helping people buy their dream homes. This allows us to sell to you at nearly wholesale prices.

What if what I want isn't on your website?
A: Call, Text or Email us! We will do our best to find it for you at the best possible price!

Can you order guns for me from Gunbroker.com or other websites?
A: Yes, we are happy to help you with your purchase from any reputable dealers.

Websites and Blogs
Establishment year:
4135 Alexandria Pike Ste.109, Cold Spring, Ky 41076

Contact Persons

Bobby V Schneider

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