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Archive for July, 2015

Texas-based Whataburger says no to Open Carry

Posted by Rob Longenecker on 9th July 2015

When Texas Legal Open Carry begins in January of 2016, you’re not welcome at Whataburger restaurants.

http://www.outdoorhub.com/news/2015/07/08/whataburger-reaffirms-chain-wide-ban-open-carry/

Texans may soon be able to practice open carry, but not in this San Antonio-based burger chain.

“Whataburger supports customers’ Second Amendment rights and we respect your group’s position, but we haven’t allowed the open carry of firearms in our restaurants for a long time (although we have not prohibited licensed conceal carry). It’s a business decision we made a long time ago and have stood by, and I think it’s important you know why,” Atkinson said.

“From a business standpoint, though, we have to think about how open carry impacts our 34,000+ employees and millions of customers,” Atkinson continued. “We serve customers from all walks of life at more than 780 locations, 24 hours a day, in 10 states and we’re known for a family friendly atmosphere that customers have come to expect from us. We’re the gathering spot for Little League teams, church groups and high school kids after football games.”

 

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The U.S. Military will use Hollow Point Pistol Ammo

Posted by Rob Longenecker on 9th July 2015

In a significant doctrinal shift, the U.S. military is relegating full metal jacketed (FMJ) pistol bullets to a training role, and will be adopting modern hollowpoint designs similar to those used by most domestic law enforcement agencies and citizens who carry handguns for self-defense.

http://bearingarms.com/u-s-military-makes-monumental-shift-hollowpoint-pistol-ammunition/

 

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