Sounds like sour grapes. did you get turned down on your security check. I believe he said if a brown man not men ran through his back yard... if you run through my back yard you will see a few warning tracers fly past you no matter what sun tan you have. Both these guys are military vets who served honorably and have seen every kind of greedy evil people around the world. I agree if you don't like a company you probably shouldn't shop there and leave time for the rest of the customers who enjoy going there and talking with everyone. If you have a complaint you could tell them in person or express your issue with the owner. These guys support Freedom and the US Constitution for all US citizens no matter what your color or ethnic background. Don't try to get the brown, black or hispanic community stirred up as most of them are loyal customers of Moss and good friends with the staff. But if you have an issue by all means excercise your US right to free choice.
I first spoke with Eric on the phone with some price questions on some guns. I could tell he was busy, but he still made time for my questions. Usually, I don't shop around on the phone but my car got broken into and money and time is pretty tight for driving around town. When I arrived at the shop, a nice man that looked like proof of Fidel Castro's mom hooking up with Santa Claus was there to greet me at the gun counter. He showed me everything from the cheap and reliable to the not so cheap but still affordable. I ended up getting a used rifle for a great price. Truth is he could have sold me something he'd make more money on. I'll definately be going back to get something better when I have more money, but for now my home is safer. Thanks Moss Pawn. You all have my business from now on.
To say these people are anything but courteous, kind and professional would be totally contrary to my experience. I reside in Olathe Kansas as a minority and came to Atlanta to visit family. On the way to my mother's house, we stopped in at moss pawn where my bargain hunting mother wanted to purchase something for my daughter. We not only ended up buying a pretty little necklace for her, but my mother ended up also purchasing a world war 2 era rifle (My Mother!). I feel better knowing her house has an easy to operate firearm, and I can just not imagine ever being treated better at any store anywhere in Kansas no matter what my race. The only thing nicer than their customer service was the owner's smile.