Indy Trading Post, part two
After the initial blow up of what happened on a visit to this gun shop, I posted what happened and my reaction. Brief summary, I went in, asked a question about blanks for my grandma, and got laughed out of the shop. I have been apologized too several times by two of the employees who were involved, they explained that they misread the tone of my voice when I came in and that they were very sorry. As part of the apology, I was allowed some free range time. They didn't have to do that, the apology was enough. Long story short, things were set right and I was a happy customer again. However, last week, things changed. I am no longer a happy customer, I am a happy employee. I am now officially a gun dealer as of my first day today and I completed my first transaction today as a dealer and not just a seller. Got the 4473 out, had the customer fill it out, got em approved and listened to the reaction he got when he fired it for the first time on our range. Not a better feeling in the world than having someone tell me that they now feel safer that they have a gun to protect themselves with that I sold them. Now I'm hooked. Any advice to give a new gun store employee?