Couple of days ago I was working an event at a firearms related business. Here's the lay out. I am sitting at a table in front of a store. A handful of people are having a conversation directly in front of me. An older guy approaches the crowd, hellos are exchanged and the old man pulls a pistol out to show one of the other guys. As he pulls it out and handles it, the pistol is pointed directly at me while the old guy, disregarding any known uses for a trigger guard, has his finger on the trigger. I immediately get up and move off to the side of the crowd while a receiving a few "wtf is the problem" glances. He hands the pistol off to another man who immediately drops the magazine and ejects the round that was chambered. Was I over reacting to be a little pissed off? Seeing as I was working for a distributor someone else business would it have been out of line to tell the guy to be a little more cautious? I'm fairly new to actually working in this industry and trying to get a few words of advice as to what would have been an appropriate response other than biting my tongue until it bleeds.