A Muslim man files suit against an Oklahoma gun range that refused him service because of his religion.

FOX's Jeff Monosso has the story:

A sign on the door at Save Yourself Survival and Tactical Gun Range in Oktaha in Eastern Oklahoma reads private business and "Muslim-free" establishment, sparking a federal discrimination lawsuit.

On behalf of Raja'ee Fatihah, a U.S. Army veteran, who says he was told to leave last October when he identified himself as a Muslim:

(Fatihah) "No one should be denied access to a public business based solely on who they are."

Though the gun shop's lawyer Robert Muise says the case isn't about discrimination, it's about safety. Telling FOX News the law doesn't require gun stores:

(Muise) "To equip or train the next San Bernardino Jihadist."

In addition to forcing the gun shop to admit people from all religions, the suit also seeks unspecified damages.

In Chicago, Jeff Monosso, FOX News.