Went down to the local Gun shop to finish paying off my pistol order today, Gave one employee my money and he took off to the back to get me a receit. A man walks in the shop and goes up to the counter where a second employee was standing. They both say hello, then the customer Lefts up his shirt pulls out a Glock, holding it hip high as he reached it out toward the counter pointed strieght at the employee's stomic. The clerk turns to the side fast like and says "Woah! don't point that pistol at me! The man replies " I'm not an idiot, I didn't bring the gun in here loaded". The clerk replied "I don't know that its not loaded". "Well ..I didn't mean to scare you the guy say's. The clerk chk's the Glock and it was not loaded, he let it drop and asked how he could help him. I was standing just down the counter about 4 feet away, when he pulled that gun...I didn't go for my carry piece or anything I did take a step back and toward a gondola, the whole thing seem to happen so fast. I walked away down a isle,to look at some holsters. A few minutes later I catch the guy telling the clerk he needed to go out to his car and would be right back. Soon as he was out the door I turned to the Clerk and said, You were right...Just because he knew the gun was not loaded, he sould have still treated it like it was loaded and what was up with just pulling it out like that in the first place. He said: "Yeah..Most people ask me if they can take out thier carry piece or atleast let me know they are going too" I then told him about when I was in a pawn shop last year a guy walks in to a local pawn shop I was in and hands the clerk a pistol, say's he wanted to pawn it, the clerk takes the pistol starts to chk it and the guy told him "Don't worrie it's not loaded" He racks the slide back anyway and a live round shoots accross the counter. The guy with the glock was wanting to buy a pearce extension for his glock. I had went back to the counter and he was asking the clerk how to install it on the mag, The clerk seemed to not know how to, so I showed the guy how to depress the retaining pin and to be sure he didn't let the guts fly out by holding them in with his thumb. That's when I saw it was a Glock 27. I sure hope he learns how to handle himself and that Glock. I mean the guy turned out to be a pretty nice fellow,Just not to bright I guess.