Ill be the first to admit I'm no poster child of range safety. I follow the rules and everything but in my particular field we spent a lot of training time doing things that ranged from not safe to downright dangerous and were often told by instructors that the usual rules did not apply to us. So I probably do things that would make life long paper punchers uncomfortable.
That being said I don't consider my range time to be unsafe but I'm not the best one to give advice on that subject. Its something I take seriously since its going to fall on me to teach my nephew about all things firearms.
I keep telling Pahoo he needs to come over to our range and he would probably spend the whole time telling me what I'm doing wrong lol. I take advice from anyone with a grain of salt but I always like to hear others opinions and or constructive criticism.