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Old May 20, 2014, 02:05 PM   #9
Sabrewolfe
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Join Date: February 28, 2014
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
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About all I would go with is eye and ear protection (40dB combined minimum as indoor ranges tend to amplify noise), a basic No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service type dress code with a No Hotpants/Daisy Dukes, No High Heels rider and a no offensive text/graphics (aka be respectful/family friendly) requirement.

I would then make a second list of recommendations for new shooters regarding protection from hot brass (no halter tops, scoop neck blouses, sandals/flip-flops, etc, brimmed hats are your friend, noise filtering ear pro is a God-send, etc), but otherwise I'd let people pick there own clothes.

Any troublemakers I would handle on a case-by-case basis beyond that.
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