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Old May 20, 2014, 01:15 PM   #8
DaleA
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Join Date: September 12, 2002
Location: Twin Cities, MN
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yes hot brass may hit your expose foot but if you know it can happen and you are not startled by it there is really no danger.
The thing is 45gunner has to consider that he is dealing with novice shooters that WILL be startled by hot brass on their toes, down their shirt fronts and backs and between their glasses and their faces.

So what’s he to do? Require boots, helmets and turtlenecks of everybody and become a regular range nanny or cross his fingers and hope nothing goes wrong…

I guess I’d just go with the dress requirements the range has for their regular customers and then give the club members SERIOUS advice on what to wear including having the range officer do an individual face to face with those wearing problematic clothes and have a couple club sweat shirts or jackets folks could use.
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