I started a firearms business recently that is out of my garage and an adjoining room. Business is steadily increasing and even though I just started in September, I am on track to sell in the neighborhood of 30 guns by the end of this year. Granted, not a lot by some standards, but for my small business, I am excited. I want to give kudos to the following Good wholesalers/distributors: RSR Group, Lipsey's, Davidson's, MGE Wholesale, and Zanders Sporting Goods. Each one of these businesses has helped me get started, and have worked with me to establish a supply chain for my new business. I want to say boo (among other things) to the following Bad guys: Jerry's, Sports South, Bangers, and Camfour/Hill Country. These guys will not sell to those starting businesses out of their home. Each one said it is "company policy." I hope one day to have a storefront, but finances rule the day. If your business is to sell wholesale guns, why would you care how an FFL holder has their business set up? If BATFE grants the license, I fail to see why you would deny sales to a dealer just because that dealer does not have "traditional" retail space. Even if you sell only 25 guns a year to that dealer, that's 25 guns sold. I encourage everyone to support the distributors that are helping ALL dealers (home, internet, and retail space) grow their business, and I am asking everyone to tell the other jerks to go pound sand. If they lose enough accounts, they just might change their tune.