‘Second Amendment Appreciation Night’ is actually happening
Minor League baseball teams do whatever they can to put butts in the seats, even if that includes allowing everyone to pack heat. The Battle Creek Bombers, a collegiate summer league team in Michigan will run a promotion entitled “Second Amendment Appreciation Night,” which will be hosted by a gun dealer called Freedom Firearms.
“It’s a celebration of responsible gun ownership and learning, if you do have a firearm, how to do it safely,” said Bombers General Manager Tony Lovieno . . . organizers say it’s promoting firearms safety and education. Open carry is permitted at the game, however anybody caught drinking while carrying will be asked to leave immediately.”
I can guarantee you I will not be attending these festivities and while I support the idea of using this promotion as a learning tool, there are a lot of “tools” out there that aren’t always the most responsible with guns. Good luck to the Bombers.
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