About Us

Your Family Friendly Gun Store

We are open Monday through Saturday from 10a.m.-6p.m., and Sunday 10a.m.-5p.m.

We are located at  6761 Stanford Ranch Road, Suite A  in Rocklin, California. Our company is founded on customer  service. We will take the time to answer all of your questions and concerns when selecting the proper firearm for you and your family’s protection. We have built a warm inviting environment where you will want to spend time in.  High end cabinetry, tile entry way, lounge area, big screen TV, coffee bar and a children’s area. We will be your one stop shop for all of your family’s protection needs.


Brian Mason

Brian Mason

Brian has always had a passion for guns and the outdoors. He was introduced to guns when he was five-years-old, shooting squirrels and rabbits. After graduating high school, he moved to south Texas to become a hunting guide for big game, exotic and water fowl. Returning to California, he guided water fowl hunts in Gridley. If you have any questions about hunting or firearms, come and ask Brian, and he will gladly help you with any questions you may have.

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Ian FranceIan France

Ian’s love for guns came at a young age. At the age of six, he received his first Daisy BB gun. He was hooked with his first, and by the age of ten he had his second, a lever action 22 rifle. Each Friday could not come soon enough, his father would teach him to shoot and better his skills. His fascination with guns has continued to grow with no end in sight. He is always educating himself with the old and the new firearms. It doesn’t stop there. Ian is knowledgeable about how to break down, maintain, upgrade, them and also, began the art of painting guns in 2012. He has been in firearm sales for four great years and loves every minute.

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Bryce Volarvich

Bryce Volarvich

Bryce fell in love with shooting at a very young age. His father, who was a law enforcement officer, introduced him to the sport. Bryce served four years in the Marine Corps, where his job was to load ordnance on F-18 fighter jets, performed maintenance on the aircraft and weapon systems. Half of his time in service was spent overseas, stationed in Iwaki, Japan. His unit was a contingency force, ready to go, in case North Korea ever attacked. During his time with the Marines, he went on various training events throughout the Pacific.

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