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Myself and one of my brothers go to the Buck-A-Rama first thing he does is go to the Budweiser counter and purchase a cup of beer. We walk down the isles checking out Archery equipment then all the Rifles and Handguns all the time while he is drinking his beer. And yes several Budweiser booths thru out the building. And also sit down to eat. Also picking up Glocks and what ever else you wanted to handle, beer in one hand Glock in the other. No trigger locks. I could have walked in with my magazine from my Glock 19 plucked it right in an i'm loaded. I also could have taken rifle cartridges shotgun shells and loaded right up. There were no signs i could see prohibiting firearms. I didn't carry mine because i knew they always sell alcohol. Any one have an answer for this.
 

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peashooter said:
Myself and one of my brothers go to the Buck-A-Rama first thing he does is go to the Budweiser counter and purchase a cup of beer. We walk down the isles checking out Archery equipment then all the Rifles and Handguns all the time while he is drinking his beer. And yes several Budweiser booths thru out the building. And also sit down to eat. Also picking up Glocks and what ever else you wanted to handle, beer in one hand Glock in the other. No trigger locks. I could have walked in with my magazine from my Glock 19 plucked it right in an i'm loaded. I also could have taken rifle cartridges shotgun shells and loaded right up. There were no signs i could see prohibiting firearms. I didn't carry mine because i knew they always sell alcohol. Any one have an answer for this.
Your friend was in the right. Budweiser isn't beer, so you'd be legal to carry.
 

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There is a place that sells alcohol for consumption on site and then they let people play with guns? How are they still in business?
 
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