No firearms policy at Toby Keith restaurant draws ire of gun rights advocates

by FoxNews.com  |  published on December 30, 2013

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A policy at a new restaurant owned by country music star Toby Keith has some gun owners singing the blues.

According to WTTG Fox 5, Keith’s new restaurant in Woodbridge, Va., displays a sign on the front door that reads, “NO GUNS PERMITTED.”

Virginia is a gun-friendly state, the station reports, and citizens are allowed to openly carry a weapon into a bar or restaurant, as long as it’s clearly visible. State law does, however, reportedly prohibit most citizens who are legally carrying a concealed weapon from consuming alcohol, but they are also allowed to go into a bar or restaurant.

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