I was at a pistol shop today order a gun. While I was there I met a guy that was going into the bail enforcement profession. We did not really chat much. Later the same day I saw him at another gunshop. He recognized me and started a conversation. During the conversation is when I learned he was going into bail enforcement and that he was looking for a gun to carry for work. I went about my business looking at guns and I heard him talking to the sales clerk next to me. he then asked me what I though of the Glock 26. I told hi I really liked it and that I thought it would make a great carry gun. He wants something concealable. A few minutes later I come back over to near where he is and I hear that the conversation has changed and he was now decided on buying a different gun. It was a bersa .380acp pistol. He said he liked the Glock but $525 was about a $100 more than he had to spend. At this point I decided to stick my big nose into his business. I told him that the Bersa would probably be fine but he might find himself later wishing he had bought a little more gun and that he owed it to himself to look at all options before making a decision then if he still wanted the Bersa he would feel like he made an informed decision and not regret it later.. I told him that I knew he did not want to spend as much as the Glock but suggested a couple other guns closer to the $400 range. One of the ones I suggested he look at was the Ruger SR9c 9mm pistol. He ended up really liking it and bought it there on the spot. I might have been out of line putting my opinion into the equation but I do not feel bad about offering it when someone asks...even if it differs from what they want to hear. Anyone else ever do similar?