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Old June 8th, 2014, 09:20 PM #101
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2. Most ranges in Maryland do not permit full auto.



4. Some ranges prohibit rapid fire or have a "one shot per second" or similar rule in place



6. Some ranges do not permit targets with images representing a person.



8. Some ranges have a "3 rounds max in a magazine at a time" or similar rule.



these are ridiculous and I would boycott any range that enforced these rules.

Completely agree. You only find rules like that in non gun friendly states. Where the attitude spills over to the the gun people who assign scary mystical abilities to firearms. I assure you in the rest of the country that stuff is RARE and laughed at as silly. The RSOs here are super cool. They shoot with you alot of times. Ask to try your stuff and you share with them. Not the "look at my vest full of patches" and respect my authority. In fact finding a range with RSOs out here is tough. I prefer it that way. I don't need a babysitter. I understand at indoor ranges especially in a place like MD with all the yahoos though.


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Old June 8th, 2014, 09:23 PM #102
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you are invited to shadow any one of my range officers at hap baker ( or any other public range for that matter) for a busy weekend to see what its like, ( leave your gun at home ). you will see that we don't sit around and make up rules. WE ONLY REACT TO THE WAY, YOU, THE PUBLIC BEHAVES.
Very Very True. This can even can be said about the private ranges as well. Attitude is contagious! Weather it be good or bad.
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Thanks for the great post!
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Old February 3rd, 2016, 06:38 AM #104
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for those of you who complain about this rule or that rule and say you don't understand why. I will once again make my offer.
you are invited to shadow any one of my range officers at hap baker ( or any other public range for that matter) for a busy weekend to see what its like, ( leave your gun at home ). you will see that we don't sit around and make up rules. WE ONLY REACT TO THE WAY, YOU, THE PUBLIC BEHAVES.
One fella now banned feels otherwise...

http://www.mdshooters.com/showthread...trip+hap+baker
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Great info

This is great information. Some ranges also require empty chamber indicators during cease fires. You can make one with a tie-wrap and a piece of cloth or leather. I have a bunch in my range bag to lend or give away.
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http://www.mdshooters.com/showthread...trip+hap+baker



Yea but he had a good point. There is something called courtesy, he was afforded none.
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Fantastic thread. I read every word. Should be required reading for rookies (like me).


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