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I must be crazy. I started a part time job this week working behind the gun counter in a RK store. It must be like an addict working in a drug factory.
I hope nobody buys one and commits a crime with it, my fingerprints are already on every gun in the store.
Lots of Rugers to fondle.
 

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Biggest thing I got from working retail was you gotta be able to read people. After that it's just tolerating the stories and geniuses (on both sides of the counter). Remember, it's ok to say you don;t the answer to a question but it's never ok to just forget about the question. Always find out the answer for the next time it gets asked.
 

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^Rural King. A straw buy (in simple terms) is buying a gun for someone (with thier money most if the time) who is prohibited from owning one.
 

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paulruger, I did ask about that when I started and the only thing we do with a guns are, display, show, sell, and put away. also close bolts on AR's after showing. So, while I am doing my job requirements, I am still a little nervous about prints.
 

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Well that might be a good thing. You just might not feel the desire to buy more guns when you can fondle so many every day. The job might help you get and keep more money.
 

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The other downfall to working a range is hearing the bangs all day would be to much for me. Like working in a casino and hearing the ding- ding- ding all day long. Nope I would gladly work the counter.
 
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