I told him that there was no law against OC in Indiana and he told me that I was wrong. I politely told him that he may want to check into it and that he had just blew a sale because if I was going to buy a firearm I wanted to buy it from someone who knew something about them and maybe at least a little something about the laws surrounding them. I left went to a local gun store and spent $40 more for the gun just because of the pure principle of the situation.
I don't see how that makes sense. The guy is just an employee
of Gander Mountain. He could be new/senile/stubborn/ignorant and you just happen to know more than he does about the OC issue.
I could see if you knew that, say, Gander Mountain favored
laws against OC in IN that you could make a purchase elsewhere on principle. That would make sense.
But you paid $40 for you XD because one employee goofed on the law? With no detriment to you?
How is Gander Mountain gonna knowit lost a sale forthe salesguy'soffense
, by the way?
Are you not gonna buy ammo from GM for the same reason? Just curious.