Screen Shot 2015-10-26 at 9.19.06 PMAmericans across the nation are growing sick and tired of the “debate” surrounding gun control.

Mainly because sensible Americans realize every single time a new gun-free zone pops up it gives evil, predatory maniacs the guts to try and take down as many people as they possibly can.

The good news is not every business or location in the U.S. is a gun-free zone.

Some businesses actually embrace gun-owners as they know a gun on site can help “save the day” so to speak.

In fact one restaurant owner in Indiana wants more guns in his establishment and he’s willing to pay for people to bring their guns while they enjoy themselves in his establishment.

Art Bouvier is the owner of a restaurant called Papa Roux. Over the past few months he’s been the victim of several robberies.

In an effort to fight the crime he’s enticing people who carry their weapons legally with a 25% discount on any food they order; which certainly ought to help fund an extra trip or two down to the shooting range.

Bouivier is adamant his policy will really take a bite out of crime. And after thieves committed an armed robbery against his business, he’s confident this will help.

Concealed nation writes:

According to the owner, he has always advised his employees that money is replaceable but they are not — so they acquiesced to the robber’s demands and he departed with the loot.  This brazen theft has left the owner fuming mad that anyone would threaten his employees or potentially his patrons.  It was one of the driving factors to him offering a 25% discount to legally carrying customers.

via Indianapolis Star

“I don’t want Papa Roux to turn into the O.K. Corral,” Bouvier told The Indianapolis Star by phone Sunday morning, “but I don’t want to be an easy target.”

After learning about the armed robbery on his restaurant, Bouvier took to Facebook to make this important announcement:

If thugs are going to come in and threaten OUR extended family with guns, you’d better believe I will use every trick I know to protect (our family),” he wrote.

Of course you can imagine what the typical liberal response to this clever marketing/protection gimmick might be.

It’ll be something to the effect of “we need less guns in the United States” and anyone who advocates for private ownership of a firearm is a mindless idiot and deserves a “bullet” to quote a writer at Salon magazine.

What Bouvier’s doing really makes a lot of sense. Not only will it help him make more money, it’ll also keep him and staff a bit safer.

Think about it this way. This little mouthwatering bribe is far more effective than paying the exorbitant rates charged by private security companies to run patrol on a business.

Do you support his policy?

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