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D Sammandan & Sons - Chennai

Postby mundaire » Fri Sep 08, 2006 5:11 pm

D Sammandan & Sons
Shop No.22
City Centre Plaza,
No.3,Mount Rd
Chennai - 600002

Tel(Shop) - +91 (0)44 2853 4388
Contact: SAMMANDAN


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Re: D Sammandan & Sons - Chennai

Postby mehulkamdar » Fri Sep 22, 2006 11:49 am

I knew old man Sammandan quite well. He used to quote high to very high prices for guns but always had something interesting. One of my classmates was the son of a senior CISF officer and they would always get something new and interesting from Calcutta in those days. I remember one incident when he brought a CO2 air rifle for some work on it and Sammandan did not know how to put it back together after he dismantled it. :lol:

Not sure if this information is true but I heard that he had passed on and that his sons took the business over. The family had two gun shops - the Sammandan and Sons shop (originally at Chintadripet and which they later moved to Triplicane) and Anna Armoury which dealt mainly in air rifles.



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Postby mundaire » Sat Sep 23, 2006 6:21 pm

Thank you Mehul :)

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Postby laku234 » Fri Nov 02, 2007 12:22 pm

yes its true mr.sammandhan died recently



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Postby arjuna » Wed Mar 05, 2008 12:17 am

his sons ramesh and sathya are taking care of the shop now, they are competitive shooters too



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Postby sudhaiob » Wed Mar 05, 2008 9:22 pm

true sammandam passed away leaving 2 sons who manage anna and apollo armoury respectively. i donot have much to say about his sons.
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Re: D Sammandan & Sons - Chennai

Postby ashwin_chennai » Wed Jun 17, 2015 3:12 pm

mehulkamdar wrote:I knew old man Sammandan quite well. He used to quote high to very high prices for guns but always had something interesting. One of my classmates was the son of a senior CISF officer and they would always get something new and interesting from Calcutta in those days. I remember one incident when he brought a CO2 air rifle for some work on it and Sammandan did not know how to put it back together after he dismantled it. :lol:

Not sure if this information is true but I heard that he had passed on and that his sons took the business over. The family had two gun shops - the Sammandan and Sons shop (originally at Chintadripet and which they later moved to Triplicane) and madras gun house
which dealt mainly in air rifles.



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Re: D Sammandan & Sons - Chennai

Postby ibalajis » Sat Jun 20, 2015 1:48 pm

I went there a few months back just to enquire casually about some Indian made air rifles. To my shock, an UTA AR in .22 was quoted at 14K whereas it is available at Kovi Bazaar @ 4.4k-4.6k and the guy didn't have a clue about nitro pistons at all ;)



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Re: D Sammandan & Sons - Chennai

Postby dee » Wed Dec 16, 2015 3:41 pm

well, i went to a local gun shop today, inquired about the UTA model 35, they were asking around 4500 inr. i bargained at 3800, will go and fetch it tomorrow as i was in a two wheeler today. hope the AR works fine.




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