Opening in the 1950s by a celebrated Olympic shooter, High Bridge Arms was a defiant symbol in San Francisco’s Mission District. However, a new wave of firearm restrictions have forced the last gun shop in the liberal hell hole to close down.
The new city regulations, which are aimed specifically at High Bridge Arms because it’s the only gun shop left, would have required the shop to take invasive video of all transactions and turn in customers’ personal data to police on a weekly basis. According to the general manager, Steven Alcairo, the shop is finally giving up after years of being unfairly targeted with burdensome rules and regulations.
“This time, it’s the idea of filming our customers taking delivery of items after they already completed waiting periods,” Alcairo said. “We feel this is a tactic designed to discourage customers from coming to us.
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