As some of you already know (because i was ranting about it at the IDPA match) YuN and I were kicked out walmart, so we couldn't compete in IDPA. We live about 1 1/2 hours away from the match, so we set out at around 7:30, but needing some ammo (only had 100) and some hearing and eye protection (we always rent when at the range) we decide to stop by walmart and grab some real quick. We park on the side and go in the service station entrance, since it is right next to sporting. YuN is open carry, i'm concealed(jacket). Now note we have carried in this store open and concealed for over a year, never a problem. We enter, approach the sporting section and ask the closest person for help, 10 minutes later an extremely lazy eyed person goes around the counter, asks what we need, I lay down the eye protection, hearing protection and ask for 2 boxes of 9mm. He then says he needs to go get a key...upon returning he is with the AST. Manager Ronald and 2 other males. The manager then asks, do you have a firearm on you? I reply, "yes", he then says "THATS ILLEGAL!", i calmy explain that it is not illegal and that i have carried here for years and that at most he can just ask me to leave. He then demanded that I leave. I asked if i could just return my gun to the car and come back because we are going to a competition. He agrees, we head back to the car, put our guns away and come back. As we are nearing the sporting section again he cuts us off and says "I dont feel safe selling you ammo" (!!!!!!?!!!???!)"Ok then i would like to complain about you" "well ok then just get your ammo and go" Now here is where I made my mistake As I approach the counter i turn to Matt (the 3rd guy with us) and say "F##king Retard", I admit this wasn't the best course of action, but i'm not a morning person and we were going to be late. He then refuses to sell us ammo yet again, I demand to talk to a supervisor or some one else, he has me follow him to customer service, with the 2 guys (guards?) watching us. He makes a couple of calls, doesn't really do anything. I try to explain its walmart policy to allow carry of firearms so long as it doesn't bother customers. He explains that NO customer is to handle a firearm in their store. And looks at me like i'm stupid and asks "you are buying ammo and you have a gun on you, do you not see anything wrong with that?" (This is where i was going to say that my gun is already loaded and i have a spare mag on me counting up to 31 rounds plus YuN's 18. But the retard comment already got me in trouble) So YuN decides its not worth the effort and we start to leave. He then DEMANDS we exit the front of the store. (I'm assuming because they have cameras there) so we do, walk all the way around and enter my car. We look and notice an employee only fire exit door cracked open with the ast manager watching us. This was to funny. As we drive around the side toward the exit, there was the customer service girl, on the phone with 911 getting my tag number, i stop and tell her its not illegal, YuN then reminds that we really dont have time for this. So we leave. We end up at the IDPA match 20 minutes late, with no protection at all. Wiley loaned me some hearing protection and one of the shooters loaned me some eye so i could shoot at least one CoF. Great fun. Funny note, the AST. Manager asked ME if i had a firearm and not YuN who was open carry. Just thought it was funny. Also i'm curious what the other two males(guards?) were thinking in their head, we could have taken them without firearms let alone with. I guess the ast manager was really that scared. It was the walmart in woodstock, Highway 92 and Trickum. Ast. Manager Ronald. I filed a complaint on their website but i dont think it did any good.