Guns may be a way of life in Lake Ozark, Mo., but in a town where tourism is the major industry, money talks. The town’s aldermen voted earlier this month to ban the open carry of firearms, even by those with a concealed carry permit.
Guns may be a way of life in Lake Ozark, Mo., but in a town where tourism is the major industry, money talks. The town’s aldermen voted earlier this month to ban the open carry of firearms, even by those with a concealed carry permit. Jason Hancock The Kansas City Star
Guns may be a way of life in Lake Ozark, Mo., but in a town where tourism is the major industry, money talks. The town’s aldermen voted earlier this month to ban the open carry of firearms, even by those with a concealed carry permit. Jason Hancock The Kansas City Star

Concerned about nervous tourists, Lake Ozark is banning the open carry of firearms

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