18M_RWR wrote:I stopped into the Vances store in Obetz tonight to continue my quest to find my CCW ...
MyWifeSaidYes wrote:What, or what qualities, are you looking for?
18M_RWR wrote:MyWifeSaidYes wrote:What, or what qualities, are you looking for?
I actually made a choice that night and walked out of Vances with a Walthers PPS M2 9mm.
I was looking for a single stack 9mm and had shot a Shield9 and Glock43 several times at my range. That night I was comparing Springfield's XDS-9 to Walther's PPS M2-9.
I am now considering a Springfield XD Mod2 in 9mm as a sub-compact carry.
docachna wrote:My wife settled on a PPS as her carry weapon. I love it myself, as long as it has the mag extender on it. Only like an inch thick, and LOTS less bulky to carry than my Glock Model 38. Not a 9mil fan, but if I've gotta carry one, I really like the PPS.
18M_RWR wrote:I was in Vances earlier tonight OC myself. Perused the gun counter but wasn't there to buy a firearm this time. I can't believe they allowed anyone to remove their carry weapon let alone unload it to see if a potential purchase firearm would fit in their holster.
MyWifeSaidYes wrote:I doubt the person was allowed to pull their gun...there's just no easy way to stop someone from doing so.
If the counter salesperson DID actually tell the person to draw and unload, you may want to let management know.
For those that do unload at the counter, it should be noted that they will (or are supposed to) ask you to wait until you get outside to reload.
Brian D. wrote:Assuming a customer brings in the same model/size as what we sell, as a gun store worker I'd rather let the guy try that holster with OUR pistol, not draw/handle/unload his in the middle of the place.
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