DOWNMARKET US RETAILER Radio Shack and Dish Network electronics and satellite TV stores are offering first time subscribers the chance to watch extra-terrestrial television and, possibly, shoot out the screen if they don't like what they see.
The stores are offering free guns to customers, Reuters reports, which has led to increased interest from shoppers in mostly rural US states who like both guns and telly.
The deal is limited to two states, Idaho and Montana, where perhaps people are more comfortable about the practice of handing out free firearms in return for signing a satellite TV contract.
John Marshall, owner of a Radio Shack store in Mountain Home, Idaho near Boise said, "There's no problem with it here; this isn't New York City." Of course, that sort of goes without saying.
In Idaho and Montana though, subscribers are given a voucher that they can use in exchange for a £83 shotgun. By comparison, similar deals in the UK often involve Marks and Spencers vouchers or the like. µ
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