Shooters restaurant employees carry guns in Rifle, CO

Restaurant Employees In Town Called 'Rifle' Carry Guns
Restaurant Employees In Town Called 'Rifle' Carry Guns

Shooters Grill in the appropriately named town of Rifle, Colorado, lives up to its name: its employees can, and do, carry guns. KKCO reports, "From the artwork to the firearms, you'll find guns all around the restaurant," adding, "Anyone carrying a gun is trained to concealed carry, and the bullets are defense grade, so they can't do too much damage."

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HLN reports the 27-year-old owner wanted to exercise her right to carry a weapon and encouraged her staff to do the same. While the nine servers are not required to carry a gun, all of them do."

The restaurant plans to host a monthly concealed carry permit class, complete with a free meal. And those who do earn their permits won't be required to register the gun -- in fact, the state of Colorado actually prohibits gun registration.

The topic of gun control and regulation is usually heated, and Shooters' Facebook page proves that. Comments varied from support to opposition: one commenter said on Facebook she would never visit the restaurant while another wrote it would be the safest place to eat in America.

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