Originally Posted by shadyshooter
hi guys the range rules were not broken we don't have to wear eye protection just ears.
i was within 6 ft at all times and my boys know what they are doing.
i have sorted the issue know they are fine to continue with shooting i will post a pic on the range next time with the new eye wear.
the ***hat has been told to stop interfering with people shooting.
Good to hear. I started my boys shooting at 4-5 years old at home,
we live on a farm, and at the range at 7. They understand that only
proper and mature adult behavior is allowed around firearms and when
reloading. If you want to horse around that's fine put the guns and
ammo away and go outside and have fun.
I am glad you went to the board/range officers and got things sorted out.
Our range officers have on several occasion observed my boys shooting
and have commented that I have trained them well. Looks and sounds
like you have too.Tangent...
My last trip to the range some idiot made comment that I did not have
safety glasses on. I told him that safety glasses are not a requirement
per the range rules, albeit they are recommended. I did have to remind him
later, quietly and politely, that handling uncased firearms or ammunition when
people are down range was against the rules. As I walked away a range
officer dressed him down for the same. The range officer came to me next
and asked what I had said to him. I told him. The Range Officer knows me
and said it is likely that he will not be a member for long that he was an
agenda item for the next board meeting.