Couple of weeks ago, I decided to sell a pistol at the LGS. They are a store that sells everything from lawn and garden equipment, tools, guns, shoes, to Thule rooftop tents. Their gun section is in the back of the store and is pretty big. Probably 10% of floor space. So I go walking in the front door past the checkout counters and have my pistol in the factory blue S&W hard case, when I hear a panicked, "Sir! Excuse me sir, what do you have in your hand?" I reply to the college-aged female that it is an unloaded pistol in a locked case that is going back to the gun counter to be sold. She tells me that it is store policy that they have to call someone from the gun counter to come up front and take possession of the pistol to take back to the gun counter. I get a puzzled look on my face and ask her what about the loaded pistol on my hip? Can I still walk around the store with that? She declined to answer. I have no idea why a store that sells guns in Idaho, with most customers having firearms on them, would make customers hand over their firearms to employees to walk back to the gun counter. That same store charges 15% commission on selling guns, and also a $10 "shelving fee". Never heard of that one, either. Anyone else have a gun shop that has some weird or ridiculous policies?