Welcome to Shooters Grill, the safest restaurant in America.
As she takes your order at Shooters Grill in the town of Rifle — yes, Rifle — waitress Ashlee Saenz carries a pad, pen and a loaded Ruger .357 Blackhawk revolver holstered on her leg, Old West style. It’s loaded, and she knows how to use it.
Colorado is among the states where openly carrying a gun in public is legal. In Rifle, Saenz, her co-workers and her customers at Shooters Grill are encouraged to bring their holstered guns in the restaurant
Shooters also hosts training that qualifies customers for Colorado and Utah concealed weapon permits. The $75 price tag includes dinner. The restaurant offers American and Mexican fare, and it doesn’t serve alcohol.
Maybe it’s just me, but hot chicks are just hotter when they’re armed. Just make sure you don’t shoot your mouth off at them.
I have no idea why Rumer Willis is famous, other than the fact her parents are Bruce Willis and Demi Moore. The woman is too skinny, had bad tattoos, and has a face that screams for a feedbag full of oats; but that’s not why I’m posting about her. I’m posting about her because the UK Daily Mail made a huge mistake in this story, and repeated it again and again. Take a read.
She stole the show on Friday night in her racy top and mini skirt at the launch of little sister Talullah’s fashion blog. And it seems Rumer Willis likes the semi-sheer leotard so much she also wore it during a recent photo shoot with Tyler Shields.
The actress posted a black and white photograph of herself brandishing a revolver for the celebrity snapper on her Instagram on Tuesday.
Hmm, she must have one of those rare semi-automatic revolvers. Prats.
A real estate corporation has ranked the 50 states’ chances of surviving a zombie epidemic. Note to self: use Estately the next time I move.
While the best measure of a state’s success is highly debatable (employment, economic health, robust public education system, resident happiness, etc.), the good folks over at Estately know that the only true marker is a state’s ability to survive a zombie takeover.
Using metrics like fighting ability, military personnel, knowledge of zombies, physical fitness and access to weapons, Estately ranked each state in the country and explained the results in a chart. For instance, California gained points for physical activity and fitness, but got low scores for its low number of trained fighters and strict gun control laws.
Pennsylvania is 30th, which I think is a crock. Considering the firepower we possess, my neighbors and I could hold down our street for months.
You can check your state’s chances by clicking here.
Two guns allegedly owned by Wyatt Earp are being set for auction on April 17th, five days before someone’s birthday…
It’s high noon for one Arizona auction house that says it has two guns once owned by the legendary gunslinger Wyatt Earp. The Arizona Republic reported that J. Levine Auction & Appraisal listed two guns, including a Colt .45-caliber revolver, that descendants of the famous lawman say he carried in Tombstone and possibly the shootout at O.K. Corral.
“This is American history here — and not only is it that, it’s Western folklore…..This gun, the O.K. Corral shootout, it’s lived on where other stories have not stood the test of time,” Josh Levine, the owner of the auction house, told the paper. He reportedly said that he expects 6,000 bidders and thinks the two guns will fetch about $275,000. (H/T – Smite)
As luck would have it, I just came into $275,000 – by raiding my bank account. Tuition be damned, my kids can be home-schooled.
A Las Vegas man is trying to teach gun safety… by having people shoot each other. Pfft, we’ve been doing that in Philadelphia since the 1800s.
If a former bounty hunter gets his way, gun-fighting with Simunitions (a kind of non-lethal man-marker round generally used in force-on-force training) will become the next big thing:
Later this month, two guys plan to walk into a North Las Vegas bar and shoot each other. The combatants will be wearing ballistics-grade head and body armor, carrying dinner plate-sized forearm shields and modified police-issue 9mm Glocks.
That’s where a new sport, known to its North Las Vegas-based creators as tactical fast draw, is set to make its Jan. 31 debut.
“You’ll get two points for a head shot and one point for anything to the (body) vest,” fast draw inventor and former bounty hunter Nephi Oliva said. “You can score a maximum of 12 points, but there’s no time limit, so it’s almost like a boxing match with bullets.”
This is a bad idea. You watch, things will get heated, and the combatants will run outside and shoot each other nasty Facebook messages.
The arms world lost a genius today. Mikhail Kalashnikov has died.
Mikhail Kalashnikov, whose work as a weapons designer for the Soviet Union is immortalized in the name of the world’s most popular firearm, died Monday at the age of 94.
Kalashnikov once aspired to design farm equipment. But even though his most famous invention — the AK-47 assault rifle — sowed havoc instead of crops, he often said he felt personally untroubled by his contribution to bloodshed.
“I sleep well. It’s the politicians who are to blame for failing to come to an agreement and resorting to violence,” he said in 2007.
The AK-47 — “Avtomat Kalashnikov” and the year it went into production — is the world’s most popular firearm, favored by guerrillas, terrorists and the soldiers of many armies. An estimated 100 million guns are spread worldwide.
You have to love ABC’s editorializing here. Guns are evil, and to prove it, we’re going to remind our lessers the AK-47 is the preferred weapon of evildoers…
HDT Robotics has created a self-propelled machine gun. It’s perfect for those jackass neighbors who always take your parking spaces… like the neighbors next to me.
The HDT Robotics Self-Driving Machine Gun uses a M240 machine gun and it can fire at a target at almost 500 feet away. Such a robot could help clear the way for soldiers to safely enter a battlefield, assuming it’s able to tackle the terrain us puny humans can. The prototype was demonstrated for the US Army, and you’ll notice that they have it chained up “for safety purposes.” Perhaps they learned a lesson from ED-209.
The Obama administration has already ordered a gross for open-air memorial security.
Airsoft has created a non-lethal BB grenade. It’s just the thing for punk teenagers, noisy dogs, or livening up things in the boudoir.
Pull the pin and let the propane do the rest. When Airsoft’s Tornado Impact Grenades detonate, they scatter over 200 plastic 6mm pellets in all 3 dimensions under which your enemies might try to take cover. This means that unless they are cowering under a table like a wussy lapdog whose default setting is to shake like someone put a quarter in it, they’re probably going to take a hit.
Tornado Impact Grenades are reusable with reloads of BBs and gas, and have been designed to last for “gazillions of throws!” That’s a direct quote from the manufacturer.
This little beauty has me on pulled pins and needles. Thank you, I’ll be here all week!
SSK Industries has created a .905-caliber rifle. The rounds are allegedly larger than “Carlos Danger’s” member.
An Ohio-based gun company has developed the world’s first .905-caliber rifle that – at .905 – is the highest-caliber rifle in the world. And with bullets that cost more than $40 a piece, you’ll probably think twice before pulling the trigger. The rifle is the creation of SSK Industries and is essentially a shoulder-mounted cannon, with rounds that look like mini mortar shells.
The rifle fires rounds about 2,100 feet per second with roughly 254,000 foot-pounds of muzzle energy. The gun also has 2,777 foot-pounds of recoil energy, which essentially makes it as powerful – and has about as much ‘kick’ – as firing 10 .30-6 rifles at the same time.
That’s not a problem, as long as you hold the rifle like this.
There are so many different ways to show your love. With this ring, you can tell her she is number one with a bullet.
It’s not often that you see a ring made from a bullet that you could see women wearing. These Bullet Blossom rings are just that. Bang and bloom in one. It’s the softer side of firearm ammunition.
The rings are made from Colt .45 ACP bullet casings that are cut and curled into a beautiful and unique rosette. They’re then soldered to an 18-gauge brass backplate. To top it all off, a Swarovski crystal in the color of your choice is inserted in place of the primer, trading its bang for some bling.
As a bonus, no cad would ever make a move on a woman wearing this!