I'm sure everyone here has a local gun store that they tend to frequent more so than others when seeking to invest in a new (to you) firearm. The gentlemen that operate my gun store of choice are great people, extremely knowledgeable, experienced, honest and fair. However, the past two times I went to seek out a "type" of gun needed for my collection all they had filling their shelves was plastic. And no I don't mean plastic guns. I mean plastic by the same old run of the mil, mediocre firearms, that you see on every website, in every magazine and on the shelves of all the "Major" sporting goods stores. It seems if I'm not there to catch a decent trade in, there is really nothing special that I would enjoy shooting, much less put in my safe next to quality and unique guns. So what do you think of this? I am disappointed that I have had to spend money with other businesses in order to satisfy my collection. The other places in town aren't nearly as friendly, higher priced, less knowledgeable and just flat out rude some of the time. The guys at my usual store have provided a range outside of town that is beautiful and fun. They will order anything I ask, but half the time I don't want a new gun. Should I politely tell them that their ordering policy needs some consideration? Or are there just so many people that buy up the Glocks, XDs, Taurus revolvers, 1911s, Century build AKs and AR variants that it wouldn't be wise from a business stand point to keep an inventory outside those lines?