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Gun signs at TGI Fridays

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by jsalcedo, Sep 24, 2003.

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  1. jsalcedo

    jsalcedo Member

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    Not what you think.

    I was recently at TGI Fridays in San Antonio and noticed they had large tin signs depicting 1960's American rifleman magazine covers.

    Anyone know if these are available? If so I think it would be a great thing to hang in a gun room. (or living room)
     
  2. Thumper

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    Whew...

    Hey js, you gonna make it to Houston for the convention?
     
  3. 4v50 Gary

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    Haven't been to a TGIF in years now. However, Cracker Barrel generally has a double barrel over the mantle.
     
  4. Navy joe

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    Does TGIF post a 30.06 sign down there, because up here they fly a no guns allowed sign.
     
  5. jsalcedo

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    No 30.06 signs at TGI fridays so far.
     
  6. El Tejon

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    jsal, was that the TGIF on the nort side by the airport on I-410? Had a salad there in April before hitting the nearby entertainment center.:D
     
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    The TGIF in our area has a replica flintlock hanging on the wall(above most people's arm reach) and .... it isn't even equiped with a trigger lock:eek: !
     
  8. jsalcedo

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    El Tejon,

    Yeah thats the one.

    Plenty of entertainment all around there.:evil:
     
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    Especially Stage 3, IIRC.:evil:
     
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    You don't think they might be attempting to overcompensate a little bit for that recent bit of anti-gun publicity they received, do you?

    Nah, couldn't be...

    (EDIT: Oops, I read "TGI Fridays" in the thread title, but thought "Applebees". Nevermind, carry on...)
     
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    TGI Friday, at least the one here in Tacoma, is in the practice of hiring very attractive young women. I applaud them for that. Their cheeseburgers are also quite good. Nice place.
     
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    "I was recently at TGI Fridays in San Antonio and noticed they had large tin signs depicting 1960's American rifleman magazine covers."

    Interesting. I wonder if those were authorized. The covers are still copyrighted material.
     
  13. KBT1911

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    TGI Fridays Corporate

    I was at the Carlson Restaurants Worldwide headquarters in Carrollton Texas today and they have 30.06 signs prominently displayed along with the picture with the handgun crossed out at the building entrance.

    There's no OC in Texas (yet) but I've never seen a 30.06 sign at a TGI Fridays Restaurant. That may be up to the franchise owner or whoever runs the joint.
     
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    Ours has that, and a framed Colt flyer from the 1920's advertising the 1903 pocket, 1908 vest pocket, and the 1911. Very cool.
     
  15. gearhead

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    They don't need a sign around here. They serve alcohol, and per SC law I can't carry into any place that serves alcohol even if I'm just there for dinner.
     
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    Ya'll realize that this thread is seven years old, right?
     
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