My kind of burger joint
How does a Swiss and Wesson grilled cheese for lunch sound?
Or a Guac 19 burger for dinner?
And would you like to attend a concealed carry class after your meal?
All is possible at Shooters Grill, a family-style American diner situated in the hunting-loving town of Rifle, Colorado.
All nine of the servers at the restaurant pack heat, from Glock semi-automatics to Ashlee Saenz's thigh-length Rueger Blackhawk .357 six-shooter.
However owner Lauren Boebert said that, despite the name, she did not set out to create a saloon when opening the doors to the place in May last year.
'We don't worship guns - we worship Jesus,' the 27-year-old mother-of-four 9 News.
'We're here to serve people.'
But amid endless debate about America's gun control epidemic, an eatery that encourages customers to carry their weapons - complete with a sign saying 'Guns Are Welcome' - should be controversial.
But it isn't. [Didact: Self-defence is only controversial to liberals who don't understand the concept. To the rest of us, it's about as controversial as breathing.]
Set in ranch and natural gas country in southern Colorado, the 9,200 residents - as well as visitors - of Rifle seem to have embraced it.
God, Guns, Glory, indeed.