amongst themselves and on their forum, the group has decided on California Pizza Kitchen for February 6.
"We discussed making this a monthly meet," a message says on their forum. "We loosely decided to make it the first Saturday of the month and try to rotate around the bay area to cover most of it over time. We planned for Walnut Creek in Contra Costa County for this meet. California Pizza Kitchen was our choice and it looks to be well located. It is freeway close and GFSZ far."
Members of the group made headlines with one of their "demonstrations" at a downtown Livermore coffee shop Saturday. They want to advocate the fact that in most of California, it is legal to carry a weapon as long as it is out in the open and unloaded. The gun carrier also has to be at least 1,000 feet from a school.
But according to this ABC7 news segment, one member, Walter Stanley, who carries an unloaded pistol on his right hip and two full ammunition clips on his left, raised alarm in downtown Livermore Tuesday, when someone called in a report to police of a man with a gun seen in downtown. Officers pulled up, just as Stanley was talking to an ABC7 news reporter, ordered him up against a wall and to raise his hands.
"I think that was a bit much," Stanley would later tell ABC7. "I don't think putting me up against the wall and putting my hands on top of my head is really the type of enforcement we're looking for here in the city of Livermore."