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05/17/2017
By: Jorge J.
44 Firearms
Excellent Selection on firearms. And gear. Staff is super friendly. And they have layaway plans. I love this store
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11/08/2016
By: April Q.
Accel Property Mngmnt Investments
Everyone with Accel has been wonderful over the past three years we have been tenants. Always attentive to requests and professional.
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10/13/2015
By: Clay S.
Accel Property Mngmnt Investments
I have really appreciated Ann and her team. We were looking for an investment property and my wife and I found Accel Property Management to be just what we needed.
01/27/2015
By: Ale G.
44 Firearms
Excellent selection and really goos prices
12/16/2013
By: delapuente
Resilient Defense Systems
GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE, TOOK THE TIME TO ANSWER MY QUESTIONS. BOUGHT 2 AR'S FROM RDS..THANKS LUIS
10/14/2013
By: aberazzi
Resilient Defense Systems
Great one stop shop for all my firearm related needs. I've been in a few times to pick up parts for my AR-15 builds, grab some self-defense ammunition, and even get my hunting license. The new staff there has been a lot better in helping me with things than the old one they use to have working there.
08/07/2013
By: rgvspytekone
Rgv
I am puzzled that this customer reported buying a 25 foot BNC cable at RGV SpyTek for $25.00. We sell the 25 foot cable for $9.95. In addition to this, I would have been more than happy to offer him one that worked, if that cable was defective. I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you but I sure wish you would have done the responsible thing to contact me, so that you could have afforded me the opportunity to satisfy you. I have no interest in ripping off anyone, just trying to run a small business as best that I can. Thank you.
08/13/2012
By: damachinegun
Rgv
I bought a bnc cable 25ft for $25 from this store went to plug it in to my dvr didn't work at all. I go to compusa and see 100ft bnc cable for $20 dollars and comes with 2 free bnc couplers while at spytek each coupler is $2 seriously be careful. I go home plug in the compusa bnc cable and worked beautifully the cable diffrence from compusa looked and felt much better in quality heads up be careful here and ask many questions he will try to rip you off
01/31/2012
By: mike22540
McAllen Home Security
Very good customer service when I called!
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