I wanted to relate something that happened to me recently at an indoor range and to see what everyone thinks of it. The range is quite busy with all 12 stalls occupied. This range has a 2 person per stall rule with additional shooters having to stay outside the range area until someone changes spots. Next to me is a Polish gentleman with his wife and daughter. 3 people in the stall. The guy had me worried because multiple times I was staring right down the barrel of his pistol. Now here is the caveat. The pistol's action was locked back and I could not tell if there was a mag loaded or not, I was too busy moving out of the way. Am I crazy for getting nervous in this situation, or would you feel ok beging muzzled so long as the action is open? I happen to feel that even when the slide locked back ( aka. action is open) and the magazine is out, the pistol should be pointed downrange, or at the ground... never at another person. After trying to ask he guy to please not point his pistol at me several times with no success, the situation made me uncomfortable and distracted so I just packed up and left. What would you do? Am I overreacting?