Sup all, gotta question for you range members. Going to be joining a pretty nice range in my area at the end of the week and shoot my new XD(m)9mm for the first time. Been to the range a few times with my friend and it seems pretty easy going and well laid out. It seems the rules are pretty straightforward on their website http://www.wmfg.org/ One of the great stress relievers and fun things I like to do is just *plink* and shoot the crap outa random objects. In my case, I love to vent my IT fustration on old computers and what not. I'm aware the rules state that *No breakable targets* which I assume they mean like glass bottles and what not. But I wonder if I promise to clean up throughly after myself, will it be that big of an issue? The range has plenty of nearby garbage bins, so I can easily choose a handgun spot nearby, do my thing and I can just throw my trash into a plastic bag and dispose of it when im done. What have you encountered at your local ranges in regards to this? Any of them been semi flexible? EDIT: Well, I just got off the phone with the manager/owner of the range and stated my questions about this. He kinda laughed and said he himself is somewhat of a computer geek and has been known to take IT parts that have fustrated him and blast the crap outa them. HE's also the trainer for the CCW course, is a member of the wildlife/forest service as well trainer for handgun defense with over 25 years experience and 2000+ people trained. Basically, he's had SOME issues with people bringing TV's and monitors and not cleaning them up, so glass targets are not allowed for clean up purposes. Also strictly enforce is no "people" siloette targets or pictures. Beyond that, he just asks members to clean up after themselvse as the've provided ample garbage bins to do so. Looks like i'm all set for this weekend after I sign up, can't wait!