Security / Loss Prevention

Probably the closest thing to having 3 Grizzly bears to protect my property and my family.

Our Story

 Hoping this takes off.  Not only for myself, but also for our future/potential customers.  I have over 13 years of military service, the desire to treat customers with the utmost respect & honesty.  My goal is to have everyone wanting to come back!

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   About us....hmmmm.  Well, there are several reasons why the great state of New Hampshire has another shop.  Three of them happen to be out of my own selfishness.  1)  I am sick of driving 35-40 minutes (sometimes longer depending on traffic!) to buy reloading supplies, weapons or parts to build  AR's with.  2)  Customer service, while the majority of the time I receive decent customer service at various shops, but hey, call me crazy....I want it EVERY time I visit.  3)  I do not want to work for anyone......anymore!  Between my passion for the "sport", my desire to treat people the way they should be treated and hopefully getting to the point where we eventually carry everything someone would need! Or "want" as the wife says.
   About me, I am a father of 2.  I have been married to my beautiful wife going on 24 years.  No idea how she has put up with me for that long!  We have 23 year old daughter and a 15 year old son.  Have a passion for firearms, spending time with my family and taking care of my 3 Labs.  I was Active Duty Air Force for 4 years, had a break in service and re-enlisted into the NH Air National Guard where I served out the balance of 13 1/2yrs.  I appreciate everyday, every person that has served or is currently serving regardless of their capacity, that goes for law enforcement as well.  Definitely take great care of our LEO/Military!
   Thank You!!
   I look forward to growing into a well balanced, well stocked shop.  I hope everyone (especially me) can be patient until we get there!

Behind the name, just paying tribute to NH's iconic "Old Man of the Mountain".  I took for granted how many times I looked up at him driving through the notch, unfortunately he was something that my son's generation will never see other than in photographs.