‘Out of Style Firearms’ Introduces Web Source for Surplus-Style Rifles and More

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Founder of OutOfStyleFirearms.com, Steven Collis is pleased to announce the debut of his brand-new website. Developed in April 2010, the web store provides shoppers with an online haven of surplus-style rifles – with a specialty in World War II rifles – handguns, magazines and stocks. Shoppers are encouraged to visit the website’s new blog to read-up on tips for field stripping and World War II historical tidbits.

I've been a gun collector for years

Web entrepreneur Steven Collis is pleased to announce the launch of his brand-new website, http://www.OutOfStyleFirearms.com. Published in April 2010, the web store was developed to distribute an assortment of surplus-style firearms to a nationwide market.

“I’ve been a gun collector for years,” Collis said. “My fascination for firearms is what led me to develop my website; I hope to be able to connect with other collectors and provide them with new pieces or inspire other enthusiasts to start a collection.”

Among his personal firearms collection, Collis possesses several, cherished World-War-II-era rifles. Naturally, he incorporated these out-of-style firearms (not his own) into his web store’s inventory. Additionally, shoppers may choose from a wide selection of rifles such as the M1 Garand, Mauser, Enfield, Mosin Nagant, Anschutz, BRNO, AK47, ARs and many more.

At OutOfStyleFirearms.com shoppers may also choose from a selection of handguns such as the Makarov, Colt, Walther, German Luger, Nagant Revolver, Sig, Ruger, Taurus, and H&K. Spare parts, such as stocks and rifle magazines, may also be purchased.

“I enjoy broadening my knowledge of various types of firearms and want to connect with the public to share my findings. I’m also available to work one-on-one with a customer to help them track down a specific item or a rare piece,” Collis said.

On average, the website’s collection includes firearms that date from the ‘30s to modern day. All of the guns are fully functional and can be used for decoration; however, most buyers have had the intent to use them in hunting or home protection.

“We ensure the utmost safety in the distribution of our products. All orders must be shipped to an FFL holder, something that must be arranged before we process the transaction,” he said.

To learn more about the specific products available at OutOfStyleFirearms.com, shoppers are encouraged to visit the website’s newly formulated blog, http://www.FirearmReview.net. This interactive tool will also be used to provide tips for firearm field stripping as well as historical tidbits about World War II.

About the Company:
OutOfStyleFirearms.com is owned and operated by web entrepreneur, Steven Collis.

Steven Collis
http://www.OutOfStyleFirearms.com
(904) 806-6239

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