I did something daring just recently. I ordered a rifle from Wal Mart. It was a single shot, bolt action, target model, made by Savage in .22LR. I tried to pay the full price up front, but they would not let me. Something about lay-away and their ordering process. So, I messed with them and paid all but one penny. They didn't seem amused, but went ahead with the sale. It took ten days for the rifle to come in. When I went to pick it up, I was not allowed to dry fire it. I couldn't even handle it until they put a trigger lock on it. I inspected it, worked the bolt, and just checked it out. I have had many Savage rifles that had the accu-trigger like this one and was comfortable not testing the trigger before hand. I know with many of you this would be unacceptable. Anyway, as he was putting the rifle back in the box he took the trigger lock off the gun. I told him to not leave it cocked, he needed to pull the trigger to release it. He did, and I watched closely and saw the bolt/firing mechanism drop forward properly (just a little more assurance for me). He kind of looked around nervously then put it in the box. I have a feeling he wasn't supposed to do that and he remembered too late. The paper work was standard and I patiently listened to his memorized speech. I feel a little sorry for them, they really have to jump through hoops just to sell a gun. I can tell it is a real pain the butt for them. He then called a manager over to escort me to the door. I got lucky. She was young and cute! We had a pleasant conversation to the door. I jokingly asked her if she would walk me out to my car also. To my surprise she asked how close I was parked. I told her I wasn't serious and to never walk someone out to the car by herself! If someone needs company out to their car, then call security and have them do it! I guess the protective dad in me comes out sometimes. Over all it was not a bad experience. You just have to be patient with them.