Had to share this thing that happened the other day at work. I work at a pawn shop that deals in guns, among other things, and being a pawn shop, we get a lot of rather interesting characters coming in to sell us stuff. This guy, though, really pissed me off. Let me paint a picture for you: Guy walks in. Youngish white guy, but plenty old enough to know better, with a blue Smith and Wesson pistol case in one hand and a holstered M&P in a Blackhawk paddle holster hanging off his sagging shorts at a 45 degree angle - It looks like one good jump and his shorts AND gun will end up in the dirt. Dude walks up to the counter, and I, being my polite self, ask what I can help him with. The guy REACHES DOWN AND UNHOLSTERS HIS WEAPON, and then proceeds to POINT IT AT MY CHEST as he fiddles with it and removes the magazine, which I can clearly see is loaded. I bite my tongue long enough for him to hand it to me and say something about selling it before I hastily check the chamber (which was thankfully empty) and proceed to call him out for his idiocy in both unholstering an openly carried gun in public and without warning, and pointing it at me. He looks at me like I'm an idiot and says "It wasn't loaded." After I gather my wits about me, I let him know that the first thing you hear after an accidental shooting is almost always "but it wasn't loaded!" and am damn tempted to boot his dumb ass out of the store before the owner comes out of the back and handles the rest of the transaction while I try and contain my rage a few paces away. Guys like this are an absolute embarassment to the gun community. The worst part? He has a concealed carry permit, so he had to go through the training class, and apparently promptly forgot the most important part, which has been drilled into everyone at every shooting event I've ever been to - the four fundamental rules of gun safety.