Thread: Range insurance
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Old December 12, 2018, 12:43 PM   #15
spacemanspiff
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The range I frequent requires everyone to stop and read the 20+ range rules prior to paying. Everyone signs in, member or non member. Never stopped to look at the paragraph at the top of the sign in form, it might be a waiver of subrogation/hold harmless agreement.

It is possible that the ranges insurance already has a form on the policy excluding "participants" and even "spectators" from any coverage.

Waivers aren't always necessary. Ever go to a sporting event, and signs are posted all around before you get to the seating area about how you 'enter at your own risk'? Or that 'sound levels may damage your hearing'.
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