So I go into Wholesale sports to see if they have anything in stock that I have been looking for, specifically a 20" AR15 and I happen to see that they have 3 AK47's sitting on the shelf tucked in the back. I have been thinking about buying another of those as well so I ask to check one out. The counter guy says to me, "Okay, but keep it low." I was assuming he was talking about the muzzle, which is understandable, but he was not. He hands it to me and I note that I have not seen AK's in their store before. He then goes on about how they do not want to sell them, but that their buyers purchased them and how they are a sporting goods and hunting store and it makes them look bad to sell AK's "because they only have one purpose and can't be used for hunting". This statement peaks my interest so I point to the 15 or so AR's that they have and he says "oh, you can hunt with those". Now I am dumbfounded. I then hand back the AK that I was seriously considering buying, even though a bit over-priced and he tells me that he doesn't like AKs because "I have lost a lot of friends to them." At this point, I thank him for showing it to me and walk away thinking that it is gun people like him that will get AKs and ARs taken away from all of us because they think that if it is not for self defense or hunting then you don't need it. Maybe the guy was just having a bad day, but his job as a sales person is to sell me something, not to go on a rant about how he doesn't like a particular gun that the customer happens to be holding at the time. If he said something like, "I have been hearing complaints about jamming with those models", or something along those lines that's fine, but what I got was something else. I'm not sure if I will go back. I did however go to my local dealer and inquire about ordering a different AK that I will buy this month.