They all get out and when they enter the store they all have thier hands either in thier pockets of their pants, or in their coats. One of them even has his hands inside his shirt, and this was a baggy shirt which could have hidden a shotgun if he wanted to. Immediatly when they entered the owner of the store affirmatively told them that they needed the show thier hands, and that proper etiqutte when entering a gun store is to have your hands visible. The replied with expletive after expletive, and as they were doing so they all started to spread out in the front of the store. When they started doing this I took concealment behind a kiosk of pepper spray and drew my Springfield Armory Champion, the owner drew his Kimber and he again affirmatively ordered them to show thier hands or leave. They of course replied with the same expletives, and then the guy with his hands in his shirt started making some very aggressive looking movements under the shirt. I think that's when one of the other guys in the store (a good guy) had obtained a loaded shotgun from behind the counter and pointed it over the top of the counter. This convinced them to leave, however as they did they yelled "we'll get you on the street mother$%^&@#". We called the police and they dealt with them. It was a pretty stressful visit to my favorite gunstore. Funny thing is, this is the place that I took my CHL class and it was almost the first time it came in handy too. Kinda ironic huh?