Yea, you're right, for the most part so long as you can memorize the dozens of rules then the range officers will leave you alone. But that all depends if you feel like memorizing a manuals worth of regulations, and to me that's already defeated the purpose and fun of target shooting. You're also right about small bore and pistols, there you can fill up and fire fairly rapidly (occasionally they just let you unload). The rangers down there also seem to be a little bit less uptight.yea, 1 at a time is kinda a pain. just an FYI for some people who havent been. Thats only for Large Bore (like this thread is about). Pistol and small bore you can fill your mags.
ive shot a few times there, large bore. Really Depends on the range officers. Ive chambered a mag and shot it off without problems. they are trying to avoid rapid fire. take a few breaths in between shots and i dont think they will bust your chops.