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Old April 13, 2014, 08:12 PM   #4
campbed
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If the range pre-dates the house or current owner, then they made a poor decision on buying the house, and THEY need to move or live with it. Most states have laws to make noise complaints mute for ranges that pre-date surrounding houses. No matter how much the neighbors complain. Read: don't move next to a train track, and then bitch about the train noise.

Given she sounded respectful to you, being the kinda guy I am, I'd ask what time her kids wake up. And I would do my best (not commit) not to shoot prior to that time. But that is just how I'm wired. No requirement to do so.

I'd also respectfully ask her next time, why she bought a house next to a gun range when she KNEW noise would be there.
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