(San Francisco Examiner) 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 Mission St. planned to shut down on Oct. 31.
He said he wanted to bring the item back to hang up in a local gun shop in Collierville, a town in Memphis, Tenn., as a warning.
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"It's to remind everybody that walks into our store that it could happen there," said Lowdermilk. The shop was sold out of T-shirts — and nearly all its guns. But he did receive a High Bridge Arms paper target.