So we had a "new" (they have been open for a couple of months) gun store open in Redmond right on 97! I was pumped, looked like it was going to carry lots of brands and merchandise!!! Soooooo I went in about a month ago to check them out and hopefully give them some of my hard earned mulla, only one other customer in there besides myself mind you and hardly anything on the shelves, I mean NOTHING!!! A little bit of cheap Condor tactical junk on one wall, some first aid kits (way overpriced) and a smattering of patches and gazingis pins in the display case, okay I says to myself not alot of stuff to choose from, so I waited and walked around for almost ten minutes and not once did either of the "gunslingers" behind the counter say a word to me. So I left! Fast forward to Memorial Day wknd, my buddy from the valley is over and we are next door getting some growlers filled with a tasty beverage and he say's to me hey, is that a gun store next door? (buddy is in the market for a Glock and ammo, has cash and REALLY want's to buy) I say why yes it is, let's go take a look. We walked in at EXACTLY 5:59 PM (they close at 6:00) were greeted by the owner and told that they were closed, my buddy say's do you have any pistols for sale, he is told maybe, they got some today in but are not sure when they will be unpacked?? Okay, what about ammo for sale??? Yeah we have some, but come back tomorrow and we will figure what we have!! Now my buddy had about $1,200 he was ready to throw down but after that we turned around walked out and I am never going back! I own a small business and I cannot figure out for the life of me how you can treat your customers like that and expect to stay in business! I have made special trips to my shop just to open it up for one customer so he can get what he needs!! Anyway I will NEVER be going back to Xtactical in redmond and Adam if you are reading this, you turned away $2,000 worth of business that day bud, hope you figure what how to treat your customers better or you aint gonna make it!!