16 thoughts on “Guns-n-Liquor

  1. I remember when alcohol, tobacco and firearms were staples at the local hardware store. Up until recently one could by all three at Walmart. But Walmart got weird and stopped selling rifles. Last time I walked by the sporting goods section, it looked like they had stopped selling ammo as well. What’s this world coming to? Although I have to say, I never bought a rifle from Walmart, but I used to buy a lot of ammo from them.

    • I remember seeing the rifles and ammo there too, Tim, what the gun grabber lobby wants is for the States to be just like the United Kingdom where the guns are all gone sans the government. And the police carry baseball bats and the crooks still have the guns because that’s better for our country, right? Everyone knows that crooks follow the laws of the land…

      • Oh you of little faith about those upstanding, law abiding criminals. One of the rerquirments for the martyrdom of the left’s criminal heroes is “Felon in possession of a firearm”.

  2. I was also going to say, not the best combination. Separately, they are fine if used wisely, but together, who knows? Certainly opens the door to conversation.

    • This is a mancave, things just get left in odd places! Nobody in my family handles weapons while drinking, hell no! I had to get the shot… 😂👍🏻

        • I used to have a Concealed Carry permit a few years ago in Michigan, the process was interesting. I sold all of my guns before leaving to come down here in spite of the reciprocal laws in place from state to state.

            • That’s great, Anneli! I’m not interested in going through the licensing process at the moment. This is an Open-Carry state. Once in a long while, I see a customer in a fuel station or elsewhere wearing the pistol and holster in plain view. Those people don’t bother me at all.

    • A terrible combination! I assure you, dad has never been drunk and handling weapons, no way man! They just happened to be next to each other… Life in the mancave, right!

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