As of today, March 19th 2020, Dixie Triggers will be BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

EEMA confirmed today the first case of COVID-19 of an Effingham County resident. Our customer’s safety is a top concern and are taking steps to reduce the chances that the firearms shop becomes a place for the virus to spread.

Until further notice,
-Dixie Trigger’s and Eden Gun Work’s business will be conducted by appointment only.
-Appointments will only be available to customers that have real business with us.
-Any customers that have symptoms associated with the novel coronavirus or who have traveled to areas the virus is widespread should stay home.
-All customers will be required to wear a face covering in accordance with CDC guidance
-All customers will be subject to screening before admittance into the shop and we reserve the right to deny admittance to anyone.
-We will be conducting business under our awning just in front and respectfully ask that customers not enter the shop.

In response to the emergency declarations and travel limitations issued by Chatham County and the City of Savannah we will not be scheduling appointments to residents of those areas. We are committed to serving the residents of Effingham County.

Please work with us and take this illness as seriously as we do. This are the last steps we can take to reduce infection risk without closing the shop until the outbreak diminishes.

These policies are in effect until further notice. Dixie Triggers and Eden Gun Works reserve the right to change policies or shut down business at any time.

Edited 06/29/2020

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Mark "Spanky" Stewart

<p>Owner of Dixie Triggers</p>

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