so.... the landlord has decided to sell the place I'm leasing. I've decided not to be a butt about it, and I've agreed to show it for him if he's got potential buyers. however, I'm more than slightly paranoid about the idea of someone making an appointment to view the hose for the purpose of casing it. so, they will only be showing it if I'm home, and with advance notice. I'll have time to tuck my computer in the gun closet (which will remain locked) so the most expensive stuff will be out of sight. but we've got livestock, tools, etc. that will be seen. The RE agent objects to my wanting to follow them arround while they show the place (because then they aren't free to talk). I object to them being unescorted, and since I'm not obligated by either my lease or the law to show it, we won't be having them wander around on their own. I want to see how they behave, and make sure they aren't looking in things they shouldn't be opening (cabinets and such), in the animal pens, or acting in other suspicious ways. I'm trying to decide on the best strategy to deter anyone who might be shopping my stuff from thinking it's a good idea to come back later to help themselves. I'm not trying to scuttle a potential sale. my first thought is that when the RE agent and potential buyer arrive, I should be cleaning my glock .45 at the kitchen table... and simply holster it and wear it while escorting them, keeping a reasonable space, and keeping my mouth shut. thoughts on this strategy? or other ideas?