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Old April 20, 2013, 02:56 PM   #13
MLeake
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Join Date: November 15, 2007
Location: Outside KC, MO
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Others have pointed out that private land must be owned or leased for the range, and that maintenance costs are also involved.

I have not seen insurance mentioned, yet, but that is another cost.

The only ranges I have been to, where membership was not required, fell into two categories: those run by government, and those ranges which sell ammo, accessories, or even firearms.

Private range owners are usually in it to make money, and even the hobbyist types are not in it to lose money.
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