My wife and I are very happy with the service we received from Ed. His vast knowledge and expertise ensured that we both purchased the firearm that best fit our individual needs. His prices are more than competitive and if he doesn't have it in stock he will get it for you. I always recommend Ed to close friends and family. If you are looking to purchase a firearm or a safe please do not hesitate to give Ed a call.
Other reviewer is correct; you cannot browse this gun shop. That being said, go find the best prices in town, handle the gun(s) and call Ed when you are ready to buy and save some money. I just purchased my first handgun (a Glock 43) from him and saved $10 over the best price in town and $100 over the "big sporting goods store" price. Once you make an appointment he will give you a price over the phone. I took his last appointment of the day (5:40) and he spent over an hour with me and my son! Knows his guns and ammo. Ammo prices are fair, but not the cheapest. Would recommend him once you know what you want!
Ed used to be one of the best in Northern Indiana. I've heard rumblings that he'd gotten a bit too big for his britches lately, but I got my own personal taste when I called to bring a friend up to see his place. I wrote this to him after our phone conversation:-----Ed I was utterly disappointed in my conversation with you today. I've spent untold amounts sums over the years with you, buying guns, ammo, safes, even archery targets you had sitting there, and when I called to see if I could bring a good friend in to see the place and browse, after telling him that you have a great shop, you told me--and I quote-- "…That just wouldn't be a very productive use of my time…"How embarrassing that was to have a close friend sitting next to me listening to that after I built up anticipation for your business. One thing I can assure, the conversation sure wasn't a "productive use of your time". One of your fans has probably spent his last dollar with you.I appreciate the good service you've provided in the past. I'm sorry that customers who don't know *EXACTLY* what they want are no longer welcome. That's a very poor model for business, IMO. One of these days the gun market isn't going to be hopping like it is today. I only hope you haven't burned more bridges like you did with me today.