So i'm new to the area and was pretty excited to see a Gander Mountain opened up recently (spent 5 years as a Scheels employee so i'm used to having everything guns/ammo/reloading related in one store which isn't really the case here) I have been in a couple of times and bought some ammo on a few different occasions, prices are a little high but i'd rather support them than wal-mart. PROBLEM: I was in there one day and asked to look at a handgun, the clerk took it out of the cabinet POINTED IT DIRECTLY AT ME to clear the weapon and then handed it to me...I was in shock and was a little furious but I calmly (As calmly as possible) told the clerk that what he had just done was not cool. If this had been a one time thing I might have let it go (probably not though) but I was there a few weeks later and watched another clerk do the same thing to another customer. Anyone else noticed this happening? I love the store and enjoy seeing ammo actually available but it's hard to go into a place that lets this happen. I have not spoken with a manager yet but I plan to in the near future (want to make sure I do it in a calm and gathered state of mind). I understand they are new, but that's when they should be at their best! As my hunter's safety instructor told me a long time ago, it's not always kids that have gun accidents, it's the "seasoned and experienced" gun owner who becomes careless and kills himself or someone else.