In a time where open carry gun supporters are facing quite a bit of backlash from restaurants, Shooters Grill in Colorado has become a Second Amendment lover's playground. Appropriately, the restaurant is located in a town called Rifle. According to a profile by the Post Independent, Shooters not only encourages customers to bring guns into its dining room, the staff openly don loaded guns as part of their work attire.
If that wasn't enough gun love, the restaurant also offers concealed carry training classes for $75 that include dinner at the restaurant. Owner Lauren Boebert tells the paper that "she is simply allowing customers and employees to exercise their constitutional right." Wisely, unlike the gun range in Oklahoma that recently received a liquor license, Shooters Grill does not serve any alcohol.