It sounds like - as with a lot of businesses - if you get the good guy behind the counter, you'll have a good experience. Sounds like I need to be sure and ask for "Tim" based on the other reviews! I recently returned to Target World to do some shooting after a long hiatus, long enough that I really don't know anybody at all. The place was crowded but I managed to get on the range after about 45 minutes. The range guy was very helpful and patient showing me the ropes on gun(s) I was not familiar with. On the other hand, when I went to look at guns in the store, the first guy behind the counter reacted to my question as if I had just ordered a Big Mac and fries. We're talking a young guy here not an 80 year old with alzheimers. I think ownership/management is responsible for not hiring goofy employees - but things being what they are, I split the difference. I'll be back, but try and figure out who to deal with behind the counter, and who not to. Shouldn't be that way but it is. TW now has serious competition over in Blue Ash. Newer, larger, cleaner - friendlier - maybe... but very pricey$$. TW has been around, lots of members and long timers, but they are doing ok at handling this influx of first timers, which has to be stressful for the employees. So I cut them some slack but I'll avoid Mr. Goofy behind the counter, maybe bring HIM a Big Mac and fries and tell him to just take a break... LOL.
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We have been looking for a concealable weapon for a period of weeks and happened to stop by the Target World shop several weeks ago. David D. was our customer service rep our first time there and was very helpful in working with us to identify a weapon which might be best suited for me and my wife. When we returned , we waited for David to be available. He recognized us from our first visit and was quick to assist us when he finished what he was working on. Again we discussed various weapons and accessories and decided to go with the Glock 9 mm Model 26 Gen 4. It was a good visit and we wanted to complement David and let you know about his service. We have yet to fire the weapon but will be back for that once we check out the gun more and become better familiarized with it. Thanks to David !
I have a son who is a student of Jim (the archery instructor at Target world). We love taking lessons at Target world and Jim does a fantastic job. The tournament was a wonderful experience and very helpful to the kids (especially the new ones) so that they have an experience in the tournament arena. The first time competing can be extremely scary for a new archer. Not knowing what to expect, what to do, even how to score properly – especially if your arrow goes through the target!! This was a wonderful experience that taught a lot to everyone. Jim did a great job hosting the event and being an advocate of safety. So important!! Thanks for supporting this first tournament and we hope there will be many more in the future to continue to build the confidences and successes of the students.