This morning, I had to send a Ruger 22/45 pistol back to Ruger, because of a manufacturing defect. Ruger sent me a pre-paid FedEx shipping label. I went to the FedEx hub off of Delk/Franklin Rd to drop it off. I was greeted by a gun/knife-buster (picture of both) NO WEAPONS sign on their front door. I just chuckled to myself, ignored it and walked in. The guy in line in front of me was OC'ing a knife (a folding knife clipped into his pocket. I was tempted to whisper to him, "Hey man - you might want to hide that thing better. They have a scary sign on the front door. They are scared of you". And I would have followed that by whispering even lower, "I hope they don't notice this...", as I briefly lifted up my shirt slightly and showed him the 13+1 rounds of .357SIG on my hip. But I thought better of it, and didn't say a word. I just handed the nice lady my box, got my receipt showing they had received it, and I went on my merry way. Now, I would NOT have chosen FedEx, if I had paid for the shipping myself. Because of them jumping on the anti-semiautomatic rifle bandwagon lately. I would have driven to the UPS store waaaaay closer to my home and paid them even more money just so they could destroy my package and probably the gun too, along the way. We just can't win with these shipping a-holes. They all have their very severe faults. United Package Smashers destroys boxes, USPS loses packages constantly, and FedEx has shown their libtard arses recently.