stroguy wrote:SGA is a very nice place. That's where I purchased my 442. The range is much safer without the tables in the back in my opinion. Now that doesn't mean they were unsafe, just a better setup with nobody carrying there guns back and forth from their stall. I did my CHL there with Toby Haas, and he did a very good job, was quite pleased.
My only beef recently was I stopped by for the Thursday night class with Aaron Roberts. The SGA website says it starts at 5:30, so I got there at 5:10 to check in and find out it is very informal. The counter salesman just asked me to have a seat and they would call us when it started. By 5:40 there was no activity and no sign of Aaron Roberts. Nobody in the store seemed to care we were waiting around so I got up and left. Would seem Aaron or somebody in the store could have sent up a flare that the class would be running late. Just came off as unprofessional. My money, my gas, my time they could have had a bit more professionalism for the customer. I sent an email to SGA but they never did respond. No biggie, just struck me wrong.
Other than that minor inconvenience SGA is a 5 star store.
Mahzik wrote:Yeah, sorry I did not get a chance to post it earlier.
Also, I have taken 3 or 4 of Aaron Rodger's Thursday night Tactical Classes. They are great! Small class size and lots of individual attention and instruction. I can see a definite improvement in both my skill and confidence. There are all levels of shooters in the class from the relative newbie to tactical shooting (me) to some very seasoned regulars from Aaron's classes. The prices and times listed on SG&A's web site and on Aaron's web site are all wrong. The last class I attended (last month) started at 6:30 p.m. and cost $35 to Aaron + range fee to SG&A.
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