Cabelas has gone right down the tubes since Bass Pro took over. They didn't lose me as a customer from any single cause. It was slow erosion. Loss of veteran discount. No more per cent off coupons in the mail. Elimination of guarantee on used guns. You can't try out the action of a firearm now, the trigger lock must stay on. I've only bought a few new guns there; Mostly what I bought was used guns. Lately the new gun dept looks well stocked. The used guns which drew me in, that dept. is pretty sad. Prices typically tended to the high side, but once in a while you could find a true under-priced bargain. I don't think I'm alone in this. In my recent forays to Cabelas (when I purchased nothing), I've noted the parking lot is a lot less crowded than in past years. Last year, I was interested in buying a new rifle that wasn't readily available due to caliber selection. I figured I'd have to order it. My first stop was Cabelas. The demoralized counter employee whom I spoke to advised me to avoid Cabelas for this; he referred me to Coastal Farm store in Marysville. Most of my Cabelas shopping has been done at the Tulalip store. A few times, I've ventured down to the Olympia store. But I've also shopped in their stores in Reno (Verdi) NV, Post Falls, ID, and Mitchell, SD. I've bought guns online from other Cabela's stores around the country and had them shipped here. So I've spent a bit of money with them over time. It's a shame that my business relationship with Cabelas is pretty much over. Not only was it a source of supply for my hobby but It was fun and enjoyable to shop there under the old regime. That experience is gone.