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H. Burke & Sons Coleraine

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H. Burke & Sons Coleraine

Postby Redditch » Wed Jan 11, 2012 2:56 pm

Harold Burke and his son Harry are both excellent. The shop is a bit like a breakers yard in that nothing seems to be in order, but the service is very professional and both are very helpful.
They usually make a very good price on guns and ammo, and have an excellent stock ofnew and second hand weapons (Airgun, shotgun, rifle, and pistol) and a large supply of ammo.
Anything they don't have in stock they can normally aquire very quickly, often the same day !!

I can thoroughly recommend them :thup:
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Re: H. Burke & Sons Coleraine

Postby humperdingle » Wed Jan 11, 2012 3:22 pm

Where in Coleraine are they?

I remember an old house/shop on the outskirts of Coleraine, on the Portrush Road... Was full of junk and antiques, etc... Used to love walking round that place! Closed a few years ago, though :(
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Re: H. Burke & Sons Coleraine

Postby Redditch » Tue Jan 17, 2012 3:14 pm

They are at 70 Long Commons, when you drive down the road (One way system), they are on the left, they have a small own parking area there, and opposite them there is a turn into a large municipal parking area too.
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