I went to a local gun shop today to purchase an XD-40 as my first gun. The shop was closing soon and low on staff. The guy at the counter was very polite and promised me that he would be with me shortly. Another guy came up and he almost immediately told him the same. Within minutes someone was able to help me and the other guy who was behind me. While doing the paper work for my XD 3 guys came in and started looking at the guns. Each was dressed in a somewhat thuggish fashion and they seemed to be from rough neighborhoods. Nobody ever offered them help even though they stood at the counter for at least twice as long as everyone else. In fact an older man who was probably in his 60’s looking for ammo who came in after them was helped as well. The young guys seemed to be frustrated and left the store after waiting for a while. So that raises the question. Did the store employees make an ethical decision to not to assist the “thuggish” men in purchasing a gun?