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Old May 11, 2005, 07:34 AM   #26
Rojoe67
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different levels of caution......

I think of it a little like getting on the freeway each day....... Conditions dictate a lot to me. Is it raining, clear, fog, snow, ice, sunny, what day is it? It might sound odd but in general some things are similar. I like a light crowd......big crowd at range is harder to watch to see if everyone is shooting and acting civil. No crowd in my case is ok too. The range is on a main road within sight to the road. A store must be entered in order to get to the gated and fenced range and a range master is always on site. This said I still shoot there in an alert status. Just me and that is how I feel best and do best at range practice. I must admit the part or rule I hate most is leaving my weapon at the shooting booth and going down range. I always take the mag and ammo with me. I also try to always have a CW on me too....
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Old May 11, 2005, 09:27 AM   #27
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