I took some friends of mine (gun virgins) out into the middle of nowhere to teach them how to shoot. We were literally in the middle of the desert on public land. After the lesson was over, everyone got in the car while I finished packing up the guns in the back of the SUV. While I am packing up, two guys in a Jeep Wrangler pull up carrying hand guns in one hand and beers in the other. I find this concerning, so I slip a 9mm into the back of my shorts. My carry weopon was in the front seat of my car. The driver of the Wrangler asks what we were shooting at. I notion at a bunch of cans downrange. The passenger of the Wrangler pulls out his handgun and empties his mag randomly at targets over 50 yards away. With one person needing to reload, I mentioned that we were all practicing tactical defense situations with our carry weopons (a lie), and while mentioning that the range was theirs, I made a brisk move to the driver's seat of my car. All the while, my hand is very near the 9mm in the back of my shorts and my eyes watching the 2 guys. When I drive off, I noticed my friends had already reloaded my packed guns and had them sitting on their laps. Is there not some proper gun etiquette about driving up to random people holding handguns, beer/handguns, shooting randomly around unsuspecting others, etc.? Any advice on how I could have handled the situation better? I have to admit I was a little freaked out.