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Old May 20, 2014, 07:41 AM   #4
kraigwy
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Join Date: June 16, 2008
Location: Wyoming
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I am on the board of directors of our club, we have both indoor and outdoor range.

If I'm running an event eye and ear protection are required. Other then than that we don't have any clothing requirements.

Its highly recommended that eye and ear protection be used if you're shooting on your own, but I figure people can make their own decisions, I'll not run anyone off as long as they are proving to be a safety hazard to others.

We also discourage halter tops, but those who wear them, learn fast enough its not a good idea. Same with open toed shoe, there is enough stickers in the grass to discourage that.

Mainly safety is all we really demand, I don't tell people how to dress and wouldn't like it if people tell me how to dress.
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