So I am just in need of getting this out to people that may understand. I have been at a lot of stores lately after being in Florida for almost 2 years I have been catching up on guns I wanted to get back after selling prior to moving. Of course I have ended up with 4 I never owned before but liked better. I feel like I have lots to learn but still more knowledge than the average guy at the gun shops browsing. Even still not one, not two, but countless shop employees have been trying to "educate" me on the "best guns" and ways to carry since 2 guys at fishermans told me carrying iwb is not a good way to carry...What?! Oh and since I bought the Sig 238 extreme I was told I would wish I would have bought the LCP...Again, What!! Ok I can live with that stupidity but a smaller woman came in and wanted a gun. The guy there pointed out to her that she should look at revolvers and 45s to have enough stopping power. (I know the argument is there for all of us but that is not the point) This girl was tiny and he told her she wanted a .357 over a .38. I had to step in with my experience of preferring a smaller caliber but heavier frame for the wife and I received a lot of comments regarding them being the "pros". Just wondering if the know nothing know it alls behind counters drive anyone else out of their mind. Makes me want to ask them to shoot their foot with a .22 or .380 to prove to me it will "only penetrate an inch at most". Holly crap I hate stupid people in the firearms market. These guys are the first thing many folks see when new to guns. The misinformation is out of control. Nothing we can do but I can bubblegum about it.