So after lunch I went to this pawn shop I frequent to look at their guns and some games and DVDs. I come in here all the time and they know me. As I was checking out, at the other register this lady of about 35ish was pawning off a Sigma .40.
When the lady behind the counter took the gun out of the case to inspect it, it didn't have a trigger lock and she pulled it up right at my mid section, and didn't clear it either.
She was looking for the make model and caliber markings, I polietely asked if she could not level it in my direction, she gave me one of those 'Excuuuse Me!" replys, as if I had done something to offend her; however I did help to point out the caliber marking on top of the chamber.
I know this is beating a dead horse, but how would have you have responded? The woman selling it didn't even know what caliber it was, and the lady working there didn't know if it was loaded or what not but still pulled it up at me. I refuse to have a gun pointed at me, should I have stepped out of the way, or was metioning the way I did considered ok etiquette?