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Old January 29, 2013, 06:07 PM   #5
North East Redneck
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First thing is remove yourself and those with you from being downrange of the muzzle of the gun. Next, notify a Range Officer(s). Let them deal with the person. No need to get into a confrontation. I know I would be mad, not the time for me to confront the person. The officials at your range have a job to do, alert them to the problem and let them handle it.
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