“Loans made on most anything of value”
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When purchasing gold coins, bullion or jewelry, pawn shops are an excellent option. If you go to a jewelry store, you are most certainly paying top dollar for whatever you buy there, even if it is advertised as “on sale”. Coin shops also tend to charge maximum prices for their goods, and understandably so – they are in it to make money, and their costs are likely higher than what pawn shops can acquire certain items for. Another factor to consider is that the variety of inventory at a pawn shop is usually more diverse. Retail stores often have a fairly set inventory – they carry certain products and then reorder them once they sell. A pawn shop may not have two of the same item, nor might an item that is there today be there tomorrow. Many customers will visit their favorite shop frequently as not to miss that ‘special’ item that might be gone before they know it.
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A gun without ammunition is just an item for display. Hunters, sport shooters and citizens who stand by our right to bear arms all rely on having a supply of high quality ammunition to keep their firearms viable. Proficiency is gained at the range, and going to the range requires ammunition. Will one box of ammo get you to a level of expertise that is required to be considered a ‘good shot’? Absolutely not.