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distance should not be the issue here, it's the direction of the shooters, berm height etc. I do not think anyone would be oposed to safety. I am sure this will be worked out just fine.
 

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distance should not be the issue here, it's the direction of the shooters, berm height etc. I do not think anyone would be oposed to safety. I am sure this will be worked out just fine.
Distance also matters. I have seen quite a few idiots send rounds over a high berm when they were sighting in rifles.
 

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At least the woman who was complaining was not some lib-tard. She understands people's rights to bear arms and all she wants is the range to be safer. Cannot say I disagree with her. If I were in her shoes, I too would be mad as hell. No excuses should be made on the gun range's part. Build a better back stop and side stops if not then move. I could care less if the gun range was there before any housing developments were built. What is the rule of firearm owners? The rule is you are responsible for every bullet that leaves your firearm. No different here.

James
 
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