Radix always does, the names they left for scraps have very little chance of end user sale by a domainer.Well, the thing is regular .store and .shop domains are priced rather cheaply at around $10.
But the registry did such a great job at finding and designating premium domains, there aren't any good regular price domains left and the premium domain prices are exorbitantly high.
.shop won't be a domainers gtld so what does it matter which one you prefer?
This is what the GMO registry said about .shop in its application:
Registration of a .SHOP domain name solely for the purpose of selling, exchanging, trading, leasing the domain name shall be deemed as inappropriate use or intent.
They will also do random checks to see nobody is breaking this rule. So, as a domainer, if you buy a few .shop domains trying to sell them to end users you may just lose your domain(s) altogether. Not worth the risk, hence I prefer .store.