Even with that qualification, don't you think it's dangerous and stupid to associate guns and alcohol in this way. Wouldn't the folks who "have a couple" after using the firing range be less fit going home with their guns? Of course they would. What's wrong with these people?A Georgia couple is building a $3.5 million indoor shooting range that will feature a full bar, serving alcohol to its patrons.So is this the start of a potentially dangerous new business model where intoxicated firearm enthusiasts will literally be shooting from the hip? Well, not exactly.Brown sent WSB-TV a statement clarifying that once someone has ordered a drink in the lounge, they will not be permitted to enter the firing range:"Customers will have to order a drink with their identification card and once the card is accepted, and flagged, they cannot be checked back into the range that day," the statement reads.Still, Brown and her husband are not naive about their unique sales pitch. The rest of the statement goes on to add, "Georgia Law allows persons with gun permits to bring their weapon into a restaurant that serves alcohol, we are taking it even a step further."
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