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San Francisco Gun Shop Closing Its Doors Rather Than Change For New Regulations

Posted by jhingarat21 on 28th Oct 2015

Gun shop chooses to close its doors instead of abide by new San Francisco regulations.SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – (KTVU) – The San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed legislation that requires more regulation at gun stores.But the last remaining gun shop is closing its doors at the end of October, saying it would rather close than follow the new rules.The shelves are pretty much empty now at High Bridge Arms in the Outer Mission.One customer came in to pick up a glock that was on order.It wil
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Supervisors Unapologetic for Triggering Last Gun Shop Closure

Posted by jhingarat21 on 23rd Oct 2015

Larry Lowdermilk visits High Bridge Arms — The City’s last remaining gun shop, which plans to close on Oct. 31 — while visiting on business from Tennessee. Larry Lowdermilk, 65, walked into High Bridge Arms on Wednesday afternoon asking for a T-shirt from those working behind the counter at San Francisco’s last remaining gun shop, which is about to close down amid new gun control regulations.Visiting the Bay Area for remodeling work, Lowdermilk said he heard about how the gun shop at 3185 Missio
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S.F.’s Last Gun Shop to Lay Down Its Arms

Posted by jhingarat21 on 10th Oct 2015

Stephanie Timblin, center, high fives Angel Castro after she passed a test allowing her to buy a firearm at High Bridge Arms in San Francisco, Calif. on Friday, Sept. 25, 2015. The gun shop will be closing next month after a city supervisor required that all gun buys be recorded.The Oni, a mythological troll that came to be a symbol and guardian of San Francisco’s last gun shop, is apparently no match for the city’s enduring distaste for what is sold inside.The owner of High Bridge Arms, Japan-b
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SF’s Last Remaining Gun Shop May Close Over Supervisor’s Proposal

Posted by jhingarat21 on 7th Sep 2015

Take a good look at that “Guns Gunsmith” sign above, because it may not be a gun or gunsmith shop much longer. That sign sits above High Bridge Arms, the last remaining gun store in San Francisco near the intersection of Mission and Valencia streets. High Bridge Arms has been doing business there since the mid-1950s, but a new proposal before the Board of Supervisors may snuff the shop out with extensive new gun control requirements that the store feels will make it too difficult for SF’s last r
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