During my process of getting my Concealed Carry permit I have put in a lot of research into all the aspects of the process. This would include learning the laws to finding the right instructor and also finding a good place to deal with when it comes to firearms.
When it comes to firearms I have worked with several places and they all have their idiosyncrasies. Some of my experiences have been good and some, well, not so good.
You would think that a smaller business would call you back or return emails when you are in need of help, but I found this not to be true with a few local places.
I have a close working relationship with the Hoffman Estates Cabela’s and they have met all my needs when it comes to supplies, questions, and general customer service, however they lack the on-site gun smithing that I was in search of recently.
You see there are a couple firearms that I own that have a few issues that have been in need of resolution for years now with no results. Well, that was until I found Law Weapons & Supply in Oakbrook Terrace.
After exchanging a few emails with the owner I knew that this was going to be a good experience. Then I ended up working with a very knowledgeable woman named Josalyn.
Polite and kind, yet stern would be a good way to describe her. What I thought would be a huge hassle to get my firearms worked on turned out to be a pleasurable experience.
Most men may be a bit hesitant to deal with a woman and especially a pretty one at that. However, I would have to say that within the first minute of talking with Josalyn I felt comfortable and knew that my firearms were in the right hands by choosing Law Weapons.
The process went smooth and my firearms were in good hands. The owner, operator, and gunsmith Robert came out to take a look at one of my firearms and he gave me a good idea of what may or may not be the problem and talked to me as though I had known him for years. His attitude was kind and he didn't talk down to me as we discussed my issues as well as information about what he does with his store.
Robert holds the Concealed Carry classes through Law Weapons and we had a good conversation about the different teaching methods that he brings into the class and what you should look for in a CC course.
Instead of trying to sign me up for his classes he educated me on what to look for in instructors, curriculum, and overall class experiences. He took time out of his busy schedule to share some of his experience and other details on the new Concealed Carry laws.
This was my first stop at the store and I know it certainly won’t be the last as he carries everything to meet the shooter’s needs as well is a top-notch gunsmith.
I will be sitting down with Robert here in the next week to get some more insider information for my Concealed carry series as well as a bit more of the inter-working of his facility. For now if you have any need for a gun smith or just a great place to swap stories take a look at Law Weapons & Supply.
Disclaimer: I gain nothing for writing the above information. This was written to assist others that might be in the market for a gun or gun smith and are having trouble finding a reputable person to help out. This is not a paid advertisement or solicited piece. This was my choice to write about this company and I will not hesitate to write about any positive or negative experience that may occur.
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