Yesterday was my day to work at the LGS. Since I retired from working for the Company for 45 yrs. staying at home got tiresome. The LGS was a good answer. Anyway, it didn't take long to see you really have to know your stuff to work at a gun store. Some folks just don't have a clue to what they want or need. I can understand when a woman comes in and ask for one of those things that does whatever, or 38 shotgun. It was funny when a man came in yesterday, a deer hunter, and ask for some 350 bullets for his rifle. I ask what kind of 350, he didn't know. He said the barrel had 350 on it and that was all he knew. I ask what kind of rifle, he said it was a short rifle. I ask what make or brand, he said it had a bolt and scope on it. I ask if it was a 350 Mag.,, 350 Legend, 358 Win. He didn't know. I showed him each of the cartridges' he didn't know. He finally called his wife and she told me it was a Legend. I thanked her and he left happy with the right ammo. A day at the LGS can be fun, you never know what will come up or happen.