I frequent 2 ranges. One in NE Bexar County (San Antonio) and one just outside Kerrville. The 1st is my primary as I live in the area. I was able to retire at 50.. and spend a lot of time shooting. I love it. There's a gentleman, not sure of his age, who I see most every trip and we have become friends over the last couple of years. He's got to be in his late 80's..perhaps early 90's. He's messing up. To answer the obvious, the range boss hasn't got a problem with "Joe" although I've brought up my concern in the past. "Joe" is making safety mistakes. Little things and major: Not unloading and leaving the hand gun pointed toward the target while the range lady changes targets. Dropping a revolver on the concrete while cocked, leaving a round in the chamber when he's "positive" it's empty.. It goes on. We have lunch at a nearby burger joint once in a while after a day at the range. When I follow in my Jeep, I've seen him do rolling stops through stop signs and come way too close to causing a major accident. I need to have a serious talk regarding the real problem of his compromising the safety of others. This talk will happen..I'd just like anyone who might have addressed a simular event to share their approach. Like me, "Joe" loves shooting..one of the few, if not only, things he can still enjoy. If you're young, and can't relate to losing control over your life, it's tough. Any input would be truely appreciated. Thanks!