First off, the shop was much larger than I was expecting when I went in for the first time today. They have tons of stuff for everyone on any budget. I collect military surplus rifles, so it was a huge surprise to me to find they had some very odd calibers in stock, including the one I needed. But it shouldn't have been, because anything I asked for they apparently had.
I also want to mention that this was the first time in a long time that I have gone in to a gun shop and been treated as a valuable customer and a potential buyer, not just some chick who they think wandered into the wrong store and is trying to save face. A very friendly sales man came right over to ask if I needed help, wasn't shocked at all by the caliber I asked for (a shocked response or smart a$$ed comment is what I seem to get from most gun shops when I ask for anything larger than 22LR), and he treated me as though I was an intelligent human being. I greatly appreciate being treated like I am valuable to the store. He was easily accessible, answered all my questions, and did his best to meet any need I had. It was nice getting this response in a gun shop. I would send anyone I know there. I wish I had asked that sales man's name while I was there so I could give him credit. All I know is he's retired from the sheriff's department. :) Thank you!