I'm not sure if there is already a thread like this in the BoG Club house but perhaps we can share some of the "horror stories" we've encountered when dealing with gunshops and gun dealers. As well as share some of the rare delightful instances when we felt we were really looked after; when we actually experienced good customer service. Doing so, we'd more or less know which shops to go to and which shops should be avoided like the plague. Let me start off with an experience I had with Hahn in Parksquare Makati. I was trying to find a holster for my G19 and I was informed that they might have some decent selection. Upon entering, I noticed that the store attendant was engaged in a conversation with their security guard. Obviously non-sense and not business related conversation. No "Good morning sir/maam" which is something I can let slide easily. So I browse a bit hoping to find a G19 holster on my own but can't seem to find any from my vantage point. I finally asked the attendant if they have any holsters for Glocks. He gives me a sharp and immediate "Wala" without checking their stocks, at the same time giving me an irritated look that I interrupted their conversation. I guess he has such a masterful memory that he is able to store in his mind their entire store inventory. I immediately walked out of the shop disgusted at the lack of customer service orientation as well as salesmanship. Without sounding arrogant, I was in a money burning mood that day. Too bad the attendant failed to sense it. It wouldnt have hurt him to check if other branches had stock or if I had any other need aside from the holster. Its unfortunate that I do not know the owner/proprietor of Hahn cause I'd really tell him what I think about his sales attendants. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!