I've seen some of that, @Ike Willis. I was going to buy a shotgun from a Walmart in Bangor but all of their guns were not only in a locked case behind the counter, but there was so much space between the customer area and the guns that you barely even see them. In order to look at a gun, I would have to ask the clerk to hand me one at a time, and I couldn't even see them well enough to know which to ask for. So I left that store and stopped at another Walmart that had them, still in a locked case, obviously, but where customers could at least look at them closely enough to know which to ask for. The same gun costs more than fifty dollars more at a gun store. Unlike some chains, Walmart stores are not all alike. As for food, I never think of Walmart in terms of being a grocery store because they don't carry much food worth buying. Their produce section is such that whether I buy an orange, a tangerine or a lemon, they all taste the same - bland. I do go there for other stuff, though.