Last week, I popped into a gun store to check out what they had. I walked in and there were 4 employees and 2 customers in the store. The store is very small (probably about 500SF). There were two employees behind the counted, one standing in front of the counter, and one sitting in front of the counter. I am by no means a professional businessman, but it seemed stupid and wasteful to have two employees hanging out in front of the counter and not even moving when I was looking at firearms (perhaps there was something I would have bought, but because fatso plopped himself in front of the counter and did not move, we will never know. Additionally, I would not want to pay people just to hang out and have a conversation (but maybe it was just a super slow day). In any case, I spotted an FN1922 and asked the guy behind the counter (who I suspect is the store's owner) to see it. "Just let me finish with this customer" he said to me in a tone suggesting that I was being a bother. He slowly finished up whatever he was doing (which involved putting some papers into a container) and then said, "Ok, what did you want?" I told him a second time that I wanted to check out the FN1922. He retrieved it from behind the glass and pulled the slide rearward. The slide fell forward since there was something wrong with the slide stop. He tried again and then gave it to me to examine. I started looking it over and I pulled out my cell phone and turned the flashlight on so I could see as I examined the bore and internals. He then yells, "No pictures! You're not allowed to take pictures!" to which I calmly responded, "I'm not taking pictures. I have the flashlight on so I can inspect the firearm." "Well, we'll get you a flashlight then." He then gave me a flashlight; apparently he didn't believe me and/or does not know that camera flashed don't stay on for more than a second or so. I finished examining the pistol and departed the store. I found the whole situation very juvenile. I thought it was extremely rude for the owner to go crazy and assume that because I had a light on my phone that I was taking pictures (still not sure why he is against pictures, but it's his store and his policies so more power to him). The owner could have been polite and said "I'll be with you in one moment. I need to finish with this customer." The owner could have calmly asked, "Sir, are you taking pictures or just using your flashlight?" instead of shouting and drawing attention to me for something that I was not even doing. Anyways, he lost a potential customer because he couldn't be polite.