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Jersey Mike's apologizes to Parkland father Fred Guttenberg after open-carry policy sparks boycott


Active member
Nov 21, 2018
Fred Guttenberg said:
“Dude. It’s @jerseymikes, not Fallujah,” @CombatCavScout captioned the photo. “You think you need a 1911 and an M&P to get a sub, but the thing that’s gonna kill you is cholesterol. Also, zero retention on that M&P. If I could walk up behind you in line and take your gun, you shouldn’t have it.”


Regular Member
Aug 22, 2013
here nc
foto posted by @CombatCavScout not Mr. Guttenberg as the newspeek article leads you to believe.

It is my belief Mr. Guttenberg was not at the Jersey Mike establishment but whining about the @CombatCavScout's Instagram posting and the five light hearted organizational responses...

“My advice to them [Jersey Mike's] would be to take this more seriously,”Mr. Guttenberg said. “This customer could have gotten somebody killed. Failure to address this with a policy change will not only lead to loss of customers but increased liability as they are on record as choosing to do nothing but joke about it.”

what a joke...especially @CCS's entire instragram postings...

color of law

Accomplished Advocate
Oct 7, 2007
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Would Fred Guttenberg be demanding that all automobiles be outlawed if one was used to mow down students while waiting for a school bus? No, he wouldn’t because that would be logical.