Arizona Pizza Huts Let Customers Pack Heat, But Not Employees

Arizona passed a law that will allow people to carry concealed weapons without permits, which has nudged the state’s restaurants to draft up policies about whether or not they’ll let customers pack their nines as they grab grub. Pizza Huts in the southern part of the state decided to let customers tote their firearms inside, but won’t let employees do the same.

The Arizona Daily Star reports the decision is especially touchy because of 1999 disaster in which thugs shot three Tucson Pizza Hut employees to death as they robbed the store.

Gun owners, how do you decide where it’s appropriate to bring your firearm along?

Pizza Huts shift gears on firearms possession [Arizona Daily Star]

Previously: Arizona Restaurants Choose Sides On Letting Diners Bring Guns To The Table

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