Trusted Garage Door Repair Companies Arizona

We put together a list of the top garage door companies in Arizona in case you store your guns in the garage and need to make sure your garage is secure or repaired if it doesn’t work all of a sudden.

One of the best experience we had when contacting local garage door repair and installation companies in Arizona specifically in the Phoenix metro area was Stapley Action Garage Door. They help homeowners and businesses alike and have dedicated websites to help people in each local area.

Their sites are typically their brand name and the city they serve. As an example if you need help with your garage door repair installations in Mesa, AZ you can reach them at Stapley Garage Mesa. Same for their east valley neighboring cities of Chandler and Gilbert. For example Stapley Garage Chandler and Stapley Garage Gilbert.

Also, if you are in Tempe, AZ and need a garage door repair company in Tempe, AZ call Stapley.

Also, their address and phone numbers are:

4613 E Ivy St
Mesa, AZ 85205
Phone number
(480) 655-1255

And you can find a portfolio of their work here and their latest reviews here.

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Top Plumbers in Phoenix and Tucson Arizona

Whether you need help with a clogged toilet or drain. IF your sewer has problems or you need a plumber to repair other issues we have prescreened a few trusted plumbers for you in Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona to check out for all your plumbing needs.

Taz Plumbing & Emergency Plumber Tucson are two top trusted plumbers.


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Best Pressure Washing Company in Phoenix and Scottsdale

If you need a local Phoenix or Scottsdale Pressure Washing company. They are helping homeowners and businesses with all types of pressure washing services.

They use the latest pressure washing guns and equipment. Their process makes all of their customers happy and they offer concrete cleaning services that are like no other. After they pressure wash your parking lot or driveway you will be surprised how new it looks.

Pressure Washing Phoenix, Pressure Washing Scottsdale Driveway Cleaning

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Smith & Wesson (SWHC) said Tuesday its net income for the third quarter surged 42.6%,

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Smith & Wesson (SWHC) said Tuesday its net income for the third quarter surged 42.6%, as the gun maker benefited from heftier margins and stronger demand for firearms.

The company reported a profit of $20.8 million, or 36 cents a share, compared to $14.6 million, or 22 cents a share, in the same period a year earlier. Earnings from continuing operations increased 14.6% to $20.1 million, or 35 cents a share.

Revenue rose 7.1% to $145.9 million. Gross margin widened to 40.2% versus 36.6% a year earlier.

Analysts expected per-share earnings of 29 cents on revenue of $142.7 million. Smith & Wesson forecasted earnings from continuing operations of 28 to 30 cents a share and between $140 million and $145 million in revenue.

Gun makers like Smith & Wesson widely reported a surge in sales last year, as the threat of additional regulations drove buyers to purchase firearms. In recent months, analysts have warned that demand will likely flatten.

Last month, rival Sturm, Ruger & Co. (RGR) logged a 28.3% increase in sales during its fiscal fourth quarter, although outdoor retailer Cabela’s (CAB) recently saw a smaller boost from gun sales.

Smith & Wesson said third-quarter revenue got a big lift from handgun sales, which grew 29.9% year-over-year amid demand for the company’s M&P pistols. CEO James Debney called the result “a solid result when we consider that the year-ago quarter reflected a surge in consumer demand.”

Excluding Walther products in the year-ago period, total sales were up 16.7%. Smith & Wesson phased out a distribution agreement with the German gun manufacturer last year.

Also on Tuesday, Smith & Wesson raised its full-year guidance to between $615 million and $620 million in sales and earnings from continuing operations of $1.39 to $1.42 a share. The Springfield, Mass.-based company expects to book per-share earnings of 37 to 40 cents and revenue of $159 million to $164 million.

In January, Smith & Wesson announced it will no longer sell many of its handguns in California, where a new law mandates the use of microstamping technology. The company said sales of California-compliant guns, including revolvers and handguns that were launched prior to the law taking effect, will more than offset any lost sales.

Shares of Smith & Wesson jumped 6.6% to $12.58 in after-hours trading. Through Tuesday’s close, the stock was down 12.5% since the start of the year.

Hat Tip: Fox Business

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Illegal Nerf Gun Mod

How to mod a Nerf gun into a lethal weapon in 3 easy steps.

Warning: This Nerf gun mod can result in personal harm.

This is an illegal Nerf gun hack. Do not attempt this. This video is for entertainment purposes only.

Just leave your Nerf blaster the way it is.

Out of all the nerf gun mods you’ve seen, this is the craziest. Guaranteed.

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A 13 year old girl knows well how to use weapons

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AK-47 Underwater at 27,450 frames per second

Destin uses an AK-47 to teach you the Physics of cavitation.

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Underwater Bullets at 27,000fps – The Slow Mo Guys

Gav and Dan slow down time by over one thousand times to show you how bullets look when fired from an underwater gun.

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Man turns tables on shotgun-wielding attacker

Hat Tip: Yahoo

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Secret Service Weaponry!

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