Why is there a gun club at the Disney World Resort?
If you are a Disney Parks fan, you know the name of the gay bar in Mickey’s Most Magical Christmas: Gun Club.
And that’s not all: Gun Clubs at Walt Disney World resort hotels and resorts are often decorated with holiday lights, garlands and other festive decorations that resemble the Disney characters.
You can even get a free gun license from a licensed Disney employee to carry a gun in Disney parks.
This weekend, though, a gun shop owner at the Walt Disney Studios Resort decided to make a change and decorate the Gun Club freezer in his shop.
He didn’t want to offend anyone, so he went with a theme that might make some people uncomfortable: gun clubs.
According to ABC News, the Gun Clubs freezer has a sign saying, “NO NONSENSE!” and a sign with a picture of the Gun Players with guns in a gun store.
The shop owner told ABC News that the sign and the guns are not for sale, but the owners of the shop plan to display the items at the Gun Shops at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, where guests can buy guns and ammunition.
“It’s a little disturbing.
We’re trying to be respectful to all our guests and we’re just trying to have fun,” said the shop owner, who declined to give his name.
The Gun Club in Walt Disney’s Studios Resort is in the Gunshops section of the park.
It’s unclear if the shop is owned by the same owners.
Gun Clubs are also in other Walt Disney parks, including Fantasyland, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios.
Disney said in a statement that “Gun Clubs at the Disneyland Resort will continue to be a part of the Resort and are open to guests who wish to bring their own firearms and ammunition into the parks.
Guests who bring their guns to Disney World are subject to the same strict firearms policy as all guests.
Guests must be at least 21 years old to enter the park and must have a valid firearms license.”