Lets assume you are the gun shop employee in this one..... I went into a local gun shop the other day and one of the guys I kind of know was wearing a compact 1911 OC. I saw it had some nice mahogany grips and asked if I could see it. A couple of things happened I am a little on edge about. He says, "Sure." He draws the weapon and hands it to me with the muzzle pointed straight at my junk. I stepped off and took the gun just as another shop employee who was behind me and drew my attention to him. With my back to the owner of the gun, I checked the chamber, but there was NO WAY he could have seen me. I saw the mag was loaded but the chamber was clear. I drew the gun up and he told me, "Pull the trigger I just bought (some whiz bang) trigger." So I did knowing it was clear. Just about the time the sear released he screams "bang!" and falls over laughing. I have some major problems with this. 1. Open carry unloaded. 2. Handing a gun to someone without checking it is clear 3. telling someone to pull the trigger on a gun that you did not check and did not see the other person check. 4. Handing someone a gun with a loaded mag. 5. Pointing the gun at my DAMN JUNK. 6. Making a joke out of what could have been a really bad situation. Okay would any of you done the same thing he did? Keep in mind I know this guy, but it is a customer dealer relationship.