The outdoor ranges here and generally in the west back up against a mountain.
That I think is an essential.
I don't think it matters who came first. The shots must remain within the range, and not stray onto neighbors property.
And, next time you are at an indoor range, look at the ceiling. They are usually peppered with bullet holes. That tells me that there are a whole lot of people that are shooting where, if outdoors, the range is up to a mile in all directions.
One answer is that any range needs to 'police' the range. To be sure shooters are not shooting out of the range.
And yet, look at the threads. We constantly see threads on all the forums about a shooter who thinks the ro should not be able to tell them anything.