Florida officials OK booze-serving gun range — because they think it will be safer than others Sorry for the lurid (and inflammatory) title, but that's a direct quote of the article's title - so you can probably figure out on your own what the reporter and editorial staff think of the idea. Nonetheless: I have to say, given the information actually conveyed in the article, that I don't see a problem with this concept. Is there a potential for problems? Sure. But I'd also allow that, in spite of the four basic rules of firearms safety, there's a potential for problem(s) every time someone picks up a firearm. Or gets behind the wheel of a car after happy hour at the local bar & grill (1/2 price well drinks and unlimited margaritas!), or grabs the chain saw out of the shed after a few beers, to finally tackle that dead branch/tree in their yard. And, if the actual content of the article is to believed, the prospective proprietors aren't going to have any more trouble with boozy clients wanting to get their Yosemite Sam on than any other public shooting venue. I mean, if I wanted to, there's several ranges where I could, conceivably, go and shoot after a few drinks (not that I ever have or ever would); but none of them would allow me on their firing line if they caught a whiff of alcohol on my breath, or if I was clearly under the influence. So: What say you, High Roaders? Yay, or Nay to the Restaurant Bar & Grill & Indoor Shooting Range?