Which Name for New Gun Shop?

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  • Gun Monkey

    32 31.37%
  • Firearm Outpost

    16 15.69%
  • Gun Depot

    16 15.69%
  • Raventech Firearms

    15 14.71%
  • T&S Firearms

    22 21.57%
  • Ameriguns

    4 3.92%
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    Which Name for New Gun Shop?

    I'm opening a new storefront and would love to get your feedback on a few names. I've been thinking about this for so long that it's hard to tell.

    Please vote (above). Thanks! :)

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    I like anything with 'monkey' in it.
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    I voted for Gun Depot though I like the sound of Firearm Depot more. Whatever you name it make sure you have a big sign out front and do some advertising!
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    I'm thinking one of the bottom 3. (what does T&S stand for?) Also, you could make some really cool t-shirts for raventech or ameriguns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Welcome to the forum.
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    voted for gun monkey,there's a gun depot here in az already. Good luck on your new store

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    Welcome from Kentucky!

    I voted for GunMonkey...that is hilarious. You could do tons with mascot promotion for store signage, T-shirts and little sayings that could be in your ads, etc. Draw them in with your name and then keep them with fair pricing and superior customer service.

    I'll give you a little saying for now. This one is free but the rest will cost you. j/k.

    "Don't be a pig and clean up your act with the vast selection of gun cleaning supplies that GunMonkey has to offer.

    GunMonkey. When you're tired of monkeying around with the others, remember GunMonkey for all of your firearm related supplies and needs."

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    Gun Monkey trips my trigger !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DefConGun View Post
    Welcome from Kentucky!

    I voted for GunMonkey...that is hilarious. You could do tons with mascot promotion for store signage, T-shirts and little sayings that could be in your ads, etc. Draw them in with your name and then keep them with fair pricing and superior customer service.

    I'll give you a little saying for now. This one is free but the rest will cost you. j/k.

    "Don't be a pig and clean up your act with the vast selection of gun cleaning supplies that GunMonkey has to offer.

    GunMonkey. When you're tired of monkeying around with the others, remember GunMonkey for all of your firearm related supplies and needs."
    LOL -- Love this:


    "GunMonkey. When you're tired of monkeying around with the others, remember GunMonkey for all of your firearm related supplies and needs."
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    The monkey one! I like different

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    I went with GUN DEPOT...the monkey reminds me of the YOUTUBE vid with the chimp and the AK
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    I'm kind of an old fool, but putting the two words "Gun" and "Monkey" together just sounds like a PR disaster waiting to happen especially in Seattle WA. Too many ways to misconstrue it, misinterpret it, or otherwise attack it or make fun of it if not onboard the 2A. Not the kind of store I would frequent........I don't like Monkeys, especially if they have guns.

    T&S and Raventech, to be serious, are confusing. I don't like them at all. I can just hear the dumb questions...........Is Raventech a brand of gun? A Saturday Nite Special? Who makes it? Blah blah blah......... T&S likewise........Who is "T" and who is "S"?

    "Depot" is overused..........Office........Furniture......... Home............Floors..........not original at all

    I went with the "Firearm Outpost". Firearms are the product, and Outpost has kind of a nice old-fashioned home-spun ring. Old fashioned, but welcoming.

    Just my .02.
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    How about; "The Second Amendment" OR The Second Amendment Gun Shop (Store).
    I prefer the first version but it might hurt business since some people don't know what the Second Amendment is .
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    The Gunmonkey reminds me too much of the Trunk Monkey.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=8avOiTUcD4Y
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