This story may sound familiar to some of you, since we've gone through it before with bass pro shops (link in my signature below) but this one has a few differences, namely the state it happened in and the business where it happened. A friend of mine went to the Cabelas Hammond just inside Indiana (We're both from Illinois) and was checking out some of the rifles and was going to purchase ammunition. Obviously other customers are looking as well, and the guy behind the counter was giving some very bad information about one of the rifles, which my friend and the guy he was with quickly tried to correct, only to piss off the guy behind the counter something awful. (but hey...if you don't know what you're talking about, there's no shame in saying "I don't know") !!! Anyways, a few minutes go by, and the guy my buddy is with made a small comment about "Man its nice not having to deal with a FOID card over here" and the guy behind the counter got all snot faced, jerked the rifle from my friends hand, and yelled at them for not saying they were from Illinois to begin with. Long argument short, he told them that it was Indiana State Law, and they were not allowed to hold any firearms or purchase ammunition. Now i'm about 98.5% sure that this isn't Indiana State Law...I've looked, and can't find anything, but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist. Was hoping some of you here could help me research it, just like we all did w/ the Bass Pro Shops incident, and hopefully find out this was just a rogue employee who needs some corrective action applied, and not a store policy or, even worse, a state law.