Originally Posted by gorknoids
I'm gonn'a hold you to that! I generally go when it's raining, or on the weekends, so if the weather is going to be crappy I'll hit you up.
What I like about Superior is that within 3 trips, you're family. The people are great, and the range doesn't draw the number of noobs that A&P does at Lynnhaven.
"Back in the day", we used to use these ranges for military handgun quals as the Oceana range was deemed inadequate, so I've had experience with both for more years than I care to discuss in public. Superior isn't as pretty, but it's much more user-friendly. To cut to the chase, everyone I talk to thinks that A&P is staffed by a bunch of dicks and posers, with a healthy dose of criminals blended in for flavor. And they have had their share of legal problems. Add to that a flash-fire (Inadequate ventilation) that hurt a bunch of people, and my azz ain't found there.
I did notice that from some of them (dicks and posers! LOL)@ A&P we normally get there when the down to earth range staff are in and we make it a point to go when they are working. The noobs scare me sometimes when I walk in with my son I have only heard one comment of "theres a kid in here" but once they see him practice perfect range safety and muzzle etiquette they back off and I smile with pride! The moment that the safety line is crossed for me or specially my son we will be range walking the heck out of there hope it never gets to that point thanks for the advice and words of wisdom!