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Discussion in 'Indiana Glockers' started by Rhinodogg, Apr 18, 2007.
Did they go out of business? Or did they move their shop?
They moved a little south of their old location.
From their selection last week, I think the question is a valid one, though.
They're now farther south on Emerson. Go south past Thompson Rd...look for the Speedway station on your left. They're in that strip mall that's just south of the Speedway.
If you get to Shelbyville Rd, you've gone too far.
Been in there twice over the years ,it was a nonevent both times
I love the people there, prices are good, I've bought several guns there. Unfortunately, their selection is beginning to dwindle. I've not bought a gun from them at the new shop, but when I went down there to check it out, they had hardly any guns at all(granted, they'd only been there a week, maybe they were waiting on inventory, or were still moving, etc..
Thanks. I'll have to go check it out.
The only time I visited, the employee was spouting the "you need a big mean .45 stop a man in his tracks" crap.
I was told that customer cars are being broken into in the parking lot. Just an fyi
You mean he is wrong?
I do love my .45s though.
I have been in there exactly once (before the move). They were nice to me, their prices were a little higher than some of their competition around town, and their selection was okay. They are too far away from me to make me stray from PSS though. If I lived closer I might frequent them more often though.
They have very good pricing on there handguns. I had not heard about the vehicles being broken into. I have found the people friendly. They do have one big loud mouth who helps out in there I can't stand him but if I am buying a new handgun I will be visiting Albros. If they were at a show that might explain the limited selection.
they have been very good to me but their inventory is quite small, they also change owners before they move!!
huh. They told us cars were being hit and run in their parking lot. Of course with the quality of the neighborhood directly behind them neither is probably far from the truth.
p.s. the skank that runs the party store next door is a royal female dog. She got all pissy because we took the engine over there one day and parked it in the lot while we stopped in there.
Yeah, I would have stayed put in front of Wal-Mart. MUCH more drive-by/stop-in potential, IMO. I liked it 'smaller'.
It just seems that the handgun selection is very limited since they moved. I stop in from time to time to time hoping they will stock more.