Skip to comments.This Family-Run Restaurant Is the Opposite of a Gun-Free Zone – Wait Until You Read the Sign
Posted on 07/02/2014 8:47:15 PM PDT by grundle
Full title: This Family-Run Restaurant Is the Opposite of a Gun-Free Zone Wait Until You Read the Sign Thats Posted
Would you complain about your meal if the waitress serving the food was packing heat?
Thats exactly what youll find at Shooters Grill, the aptly named restaurant located in the town of Rifle, Colorado.
The family-run, American-style diner features wait staff who exercise their open-carry rights and invites customers to do the same.
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Prolly keeps the robberies down.
I bet NOBODY forgets to tip...
Target just announced to the thugs that they are a gun free zone. They’re asking their customers to leave their guns at home.
Target = anti gun but have no problem stealing credit card information from customers..gotta love priorities
I just quit shopping at Target.
I love the one on the far left. The other three aren’t guilty either!
Target’s merchandise has gone downhill too. They sealed their fate just like Kmart did about 15 years ago.
Maybe they’ll open another location in Gun Barrel City, Texas.
Really? I think I'd rather have the second one in from the left be my waitress. But you're right, they're all attractive young women.
Target is making themselves a target by doing this.
COOL!!! Lock and Load!
Rifle, Co. Ping!
This sign is on the entry to a restaurant in Aurora, TX as well
Awesome sign. My husband used to live in Rifle. We live in South Dakota, I haven’t seen any signs like that, but I will have to look around. We live in an open carry state, but most people conceal so the tourists don’t get nervous. :)
Hot women with guns are even hotter. I will be in Rifle, Colorado this October. I will stop and have a meal.
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