arma virumque cano (et alia)
You missed the part about how the restaurant and the shooting range are in separate parts of a large facility? Or how about the part where the business owner said it will only be shooting time first, then drinking after? And what do you make out of the fact that there are other facilities like this in Texas and in California?
Shame on you, Greg--bringing up facts that don't fit the narrative!
I just can't help myself.
When you gun nuts are done shootin', what are you supposed to do with your weapons while you "have a few?" I suppose you'll securely leave them in your cars in the parking lot. Or do you have a better idea?
Just spitballing an idea here, Mike, but In a place like this, maybe you could leave them unloaded and secured in some part of the building--load them in the car right before leaving.
I love the idiot piously intoning that, "I guess you could go back to the old adage, 'Where there's a will, there's a way,' so, no matter how many safeguards you do put in place, there's always someone who's going to try to get around those."That, of course, would mean that someone that devoted to drinking and then shooting could drink somewhere else, and then come to the range. That, in fact, would be easier, because the range wouldn't have his/her driver's license flagged with "no shooting for you."
Right, promote drinking and shooting, even suggesting how to get around having to be checked. Thanks for proving your stupidity and criminality.