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Cabela's, Newark

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Wide aisles and very clean/orderly. Never had to search for someone to assist me. Very good product selection. Very nice Mini aquarium and stuffed game animals.  more »
  • So, I don't hunt, fish or camp, and never have. We spent a lot of time on the easy mountain park trails when we lived in Colorado. But those were more like long walks in the woods than hikes. Why woul...  more »
  • Have been here about 5 times in the last month to purchase a few items that were on sale. I purchased one gun at a decent price compared to other stores due to no tax and a Military discount of 5%. St...  more »
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  • My impression of my visit to this store was that it was well kept. All items promoted were on display. It was a bit dizzying as there are so many options to choose from. There were a few personnel working sometimes in clusters chatting. Although there were a good few that asked if I had needed any assistance with trying to find any equipment or supplies I had been looking for. The store as a whole was alright. If you want to pass the time check it out. It is February right now. So it is a good place to plan ahead for summer time and look for what you need.
  • Cabelas is a great store, but this particular one wasn't that friendly. Only two Outfitters engaged us before we looked for them. Of particular concern was the fact that while looking at three different pistols, the staff member behind the counter seriously mishandled the firearms. He pointed the muzzle of all three at me, at my wife, and across the store. He ejected the magazine, checked the firearm, closed the action, reinserted the magazine and then handed it to me barrel facing him twice and me once. The gun was never passed to me with an open action. Unfortunately, this has been a recurring problem at the last seven Cabelas that I have visited. I would expect that gun safety would be a priority with management but that certainly didn't seem to be the case here.
  • Regular visit to Cabelas. A little pricy on some stuff but a wide selection of outdoor products. When stuffs on sale, good prices.
  • Doesn't seem like they give a damn about helping out someone over the phone looking for a specific product. Whomever answered the phone was clearly in a bad mood and let it spew over onto our conversation. The "professional" wouldn't let me get more than 3 words out without interrupting me even though my request for info couldn't be simpler: I want a cargo box of a particular brand. The man felt compelled to ask me the same question over and over again while disregarding the details of my inquiry. "We have Thule and Yakima, which model do you want." Is that all---"which model do you want?" I'm curious about another brand---"if you go on our website, you'll find more info there." Can you look-- "we have Yakima and Thule." Never gonna bother with that place, poor idiots couldn't spare a minute of patience with some listening skills thrown in for good measure, now they won't get my $500.
  • Just about everything to meet you outdoor needs, and some amazing staff to help out. However, for every good employee at Cabelas there are at least two that would be better served working at Good Burger. I recommended Cabelas to a good friend, and the employee behind the gun counter was unequivocally disrespectful to her, and straight up ignorant. The staff at the Customer Service desk did everything they could to rectify the situation; at the same time, what kind of vetting process do they have for hiring employees?