A while back I sold several weapons on consignment at a local dealer. After giving him a month or so to sell the weapons, I decided to take the last one remaining to the gun show. As I was walking out the front of the store ,a customer who was leaving asked me if I was still selling the rifle. I told him yes and a deal was struck...outside of the store of course. The amount sold for was my lowest price price that I informed the dealer that I would take...more about this later. On my next visit to the store the dealer stated that he deserved his part of the commision since it was his customer and that we were in front of his store. I of course declined to give him any money and no longer visit that store. After a thinking about the things for a while I realized that of the 6 weapons that I sold through him on consignment, I always recieved the lowest asking price that I would accept. The individual that I sold to was happy to accept my lowest price and stated that he could not reach a deal with the dealer. This led me to believe the dealer was pocketing the extra and just giving me the bare minimim. Does anyone think he deserved a commision on a gun he did not sell? I also had dealing with him in the past where he traded a gun I had on consignment and tried to sell the gun he traded for on gunbroker to make a profit. I in the end also ended up witb the minimim asking price. I only found this out when I tried to take the fun off consignment and he had to tell the truth.