It is difficult to believe that we actually have to say this, but it has become impossible to ignore.
Lately all of our retail locations have had an influx of people bringing in loaded guns for service or pulling loaded guns out of holsters / cases / backpacks / purses / pockets / etc. This is not remotely acceptable in any way, shape, or form. We've heard all the excuses: "I didn't have a round in the chamber"; "I've never had an accident before"; "I've been around guns my entire life"; it doesn't matter. If you're a new gun owner now is the time to seek guidance and foster safe habits. If you're an experienced gun owner you have an even greater responsibility to demonstrate safe firearm handling procedures.
Allow us reiterate our firearms policy: ALL firearms requiring service must be unloaded prior to entering. Loaded firearms MUST remain holstered at all times. If you have a question regarding the definition of unloaded, please see a sales associate before you bring your firearm into one of our stores. If you cannot abide by these basic guidelines, then you have no business entering into any gun store.
Above and beyond what we have already addressed, we have customers flag us on a daily basis. Needless to say it is completely unacceptable, irresponsible, and flat-out dangerous to point a firearm at someone, intentionally or otherwise. We've even had customers light off rounds in our stores due to negligence on their part. Miraculously no one has ever been injured due to one of these incidences, and these policies are designed to keep it that way.
The GLOCKMEISTER staff, our patrons, and neighboring businesses appreciate your compliance in this matter.
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