After my background check was wrongfully denied and finding out it is taking 2 years to process appeals, I was somehow forced by them to sell the firearm at a $100 loss. I never thought it was that important who processed a firearm transfer but if some reason any problems to come up, you can expect them to take advantage and add to them at your expense. For several years they used to be my favorite local gun store when they were at their original location on Picacho. Now I get a sick feeling of being ripped off just passing by their new location.
I got the service I expected. The service was good. I paid for my gun, they did the paperwork and ATF put a 3-day hold on the gun. After a day the paperwork cleared, no problem, and I received my gun without a hitch. D.A.M Ammo was right on top of it. Good customer service.
In the past, about ten years ago, I had heard negative reports from patients about Norhrise. My dad has been here for over a week to get rehab after hip surgery. I am overwhelmed with gratitude to God for this place. Not only is it a clean, beautiful facility, but what has impressed me most is the considerate administration, nurses, nurses aids, dietary staff and PT, OT, SLP therapists. The nursing staff and aids to patient ratio is unlike any hospital or facility. The rooms are clustered around a nursing station and they come immediately if there is any call light. They have been so considerate of my dad and treat him with respect. Breakfast is made to order and most of the food is good. They have been very accommodating to our family and welcome us spending time with my dad and are not offended but listen to our suggestions. I am just so grateful my dad is here.