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Bullets & Booze?
(KFOR) Oklahoma City leaders have signed off on a liquor license for a new gun range currently under construction.
The rule will be to shoot first and drink second, never the other way around.
The developers at Wilshire Gun made one big promise to secure a liquor license.
"Guns and alcohol will never mix at Wilshire Gun," says general manager Jeff Swanson. "We have an absolute zero tolerance policy."
The range will serve beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages, although with a strict safety plan in place.
"Once you have a drink, your drivers license will be scanned and then red flagged and you'll be prohibited from entering the lanes for the rest of the day," Swanson says.
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