The gun safety group Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America recently released an ad that illustrates how hard it would be to tell the difference between one man carrying a rifle for the purpose of "open carry" and another carrying a rifle with the intention of opening fire.
Moms Demand Action targeted its ad (video below) at the Kroger grocery store chain, which the gun safety group has called on to stop allowing open carry in stores.
The video shows a split screen of a female grocery store employee watching two men enter with rifles, notes AddictingInfo.org.
The voiceover states, “One man is here to open carry, the other to open fire, how does she know which is which?"
Kroger CFO Michael Schlotman told CNBC’s "Squawk Box" on March 25 that the grocery company would defer to state laws to determine whether or not open carry would be allowed in its stores, noted Breitbart.com.
In response, Moms Demand Action founder Shannon Watts tweeted, "Yet @kroger doesn't allow guns at HQ despite state laws. @MomsDemand won't stop until they stop #OpenCarry."