that is the only part I hate about cease fires at my outdoor range. no handling of firearms or ammo even if you are packing up to go home. you have to wait for all the rest of the guys who most of the time take their dear sweet time(especially the guys that have to set up targets at the 500 meter mark) to come back in and signal ready before they end cease fire and then I get to catch all the muzzle blasts as I pack up my things and leave.
that's one thing I like about indoor ranges. unless there is a problem there are no cease fires.
ignore my complete lack of capitalization. I still have no problem correcting your grammar.
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