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Does this seem fair? I'm kind of ticked at my local range.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by The Swede, Feb 8, 2009.

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  1. evan price

    evan price Member

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    So, what do they consider an AK pistol shooting 7.62x39? Or a Thompson/Center pistol in a rifle caliber?
     
  2. Lumpy76

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    I have been there. I brought my uncle from out of town and was almost embarassed with the way we were treated. Very short with us and rude. I was told that any pistol caliber rifle was O.K. as a handgun.
     
  3. viperstarbuck

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    Thats a bit outrageous
     
  4. nrthwoods

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    That is steep, I can't see myself going back in your shoes either.

    But that is how and why they are making their way, perhaps the .22 will have to wait for the warm months.
     
  5. #shooter

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    Find a different range, that one is too expensive.
     
  6. rino451

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    You still in Naperville? Last time I was there, there was a ton of rural l and nearby. Sound like it might be time to get out and make some friends.
     
  7. swagner89

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    "green" ammo range policy

    http://www.horstguns.com/HMammopolicy.htm

    with all of the "climate change" cultists out there, this may come to your town!
    do a lot of people get sick from shooting too much?
     
  8. Mr. Bojangles

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    They're sticking it to you.
     
  9. ijosef

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    I've seen the same thing at free state-owned ranges. It's sad, but I guess it's just a pitfall of letting anyone with a gun go shoot there.

    Still, nothing beats private property. I don't want to go to a range where I have to buy their "pre-approved" paper targets. I want human silhouette targets, and most importantly, junk targets.
     
  10. blkbrd666

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    Whew!!! For that price you should be getting a lap dance while you shoot your gun. 3 range trips would pay for a 6 month unlimited membership here.
     
  11. Hikingman

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    Expensive?

    Our annual cost averages out to about $1 per week, and outdoors! I like the variety of choosing from 6 bays/separate burms - some are for pistol, some both, whereas the longun' is 350 yards. No waiting, and Saturday A.M. is busiest, go figure. :D
     
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