"People have come in and they've been pretty upset when they see the boards on the windows. That's the same way I felt, too," said Trevor Snow, a customer.
Police have still been on the lookout for the thieves that used a stolen van to shatter the front of the Brentwood gun store, but as police continue their investigation, business has continued at Everything Weapons.
After that break in, management was forced to board up the store, but even if it wasn't pretty, they're back open and the community has been showing an outpouring of support.
"Customers have been coming in just showing appreciation, glad that we're okay. Just really wanting to help show support to us being around," said David Cooper, Everything Weapons Owner.
"These folks are really good people, and the times I've come in, they've been very helpful," said Snow.
Though the doors have been opened, clean up wasn't done just yet.
"Just getting everything cleaned up, getting rid of the old bars, getting rid of all the glass, getting rid of the broken cases," said Cooper.
And all hands have been on deck.
"They've got to dig deep, and we've just got to put in some extra time to get the store back to normal," said Cooper.
No arrests have been made.
A $5,000 reward has been announced for information in the case. Anyone with information has been asked to reach out to Williamson County Crime Stoppers at 615-794-4000.