Shoot first, drink later? That’s the plan at an Oklahoma City gun range that has secured its liquor license before completing construction, according to a report from NBC's WPTV.
Wilshire Gun officials say that guns and alcohol will never mix at the range, but that beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages will be served to customers after they complete their shooting practice.
Drinking customers’ driver’s licenses will be scanned, and they will be prohibited from shooting at the range for the remainder of the day.
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