I dropped into one of my favorite gun shops after work today ( I'm usually considered part of the furniture) and was annoyed by one their employees. This guy has been working there since January and was once again advising a man and his wife to purchase a .22 for personal protection (ccw). The gentleman told the salesman that he and his wife travel a lot and his main concern was for his wife in the few instances he might not be with her. The salesman showed them every .22 , .25 and .32 they had in the store. I know that having any gun is better than having no gun , but can't help feeling he was doing them a disservice by not suggesting something with a slightly larger hole in the business end.This same scene has been played out on several of my last trips into the store. I don't know why it bothers me so much, but it does.What are your views?