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Old May 8, 2005, 07:36 AM   #37
Yooper
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Join Date: September 19, 2004
Location: U.P Michigan
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It seems to me there are two issues here. A clear infraction of the range rules warrants a correction by the range officer, there's no doubt of that. The manner in which the correction is delivered is another matter. There are an infinite number of methods for getting a message across without being demeaning. The infraction was a simple misunderstanding of the rules and hysteria on the part of the range officer was inappropriate.
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