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Old May 24, 2016, 03:56 PM   #15
45_auto
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I've never researched what it costs, but one of the nicest ranges around here was shut down from public use and handed over to the Navy as a training range because the required lead remediation was going to cost the club too much to keep it going. Our lead remediation plan for about 20 years was "members pick it out of the berm and recycle it".

Might be worthwhile to look into what environmental maintenance from somebody like this would cost you:

http://www.mt2.com/firing-ranges/ove...FZQbgQodCAQAGA
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