Stopped by this place again the other day. There were two huge warnings on the window stating "No loaded guns inside". I thought about not going in at all. After disarming, walked in, looked around, didn't spoke to anyone, weren't spoken to and just walked out. The range ammo they had by the walls were the crappiest I have ever seen (independence and S&B), still overpriced. They had the mandatory 20 Glocks on display, and about 30 trade in guns that were old or just plain sad. They had some wilderness belts, most of which were the same color or size 32. They had a couple of new non-glock guns which were priced 70-90 over Adventure Outdoors. Shortly, I won't be going there ever again. A Glock display doesn't make a gun shop.