I am a Fed, can't speak for all agencies, but my particular facility has a process for both employees and visitors to "check in" firearms. Would recommend you call your specific agency/building to confirm SOP.
They did the same to me a few years back (same store).
had standard cable lock in my back pocket. Sales guy said I needed to get a lock, showed him mine. He then gave me a very pacular look, reduced his volume of speech and proceeded to ring me out without purchasing a lock until an older guy...
Anyone live in a town that suspended their new application process but started back up recently???
Friend of mine who lives in Medford tried to apply back in Feb and they literally stopped the same week.
Gave some lame excuse about how they will start up again once Gov Baker allows them to...
This too is how i read it. Obviously they should post up some limitation on how many people allowed in the store at a time to keep up with general Covid Guidelines.
Personally Ive held off going to the gun store cuz I don't actually have a desire to buy a gun at this time. Just want to browse...
If you carefully watched the youtube vids and still dont get it. Just wait until ranges open up and just sit there scratching your head. someone will help you.
Used to have an MIII. took it apart a handful of times. Forgot how to reassemble every time.
Ugh. I miss-read your original post. Well on the bright side.... even if you had your LTC, no one is open to sell a gun or ammo. Nor could u sign up to a club to shoot.
I belong to two clubs, and they are both closed. Though I did just played dumb and went to one and shot today, surprisingly I...
I would say just feel lucky you had your interview prior this pandemic (in a sense)
A good friend of mine applied in Feb and later that month, Medford (town they live in) stated they have practically Stopped processing new applications. :(