​A well written article has been brought to our attention that we wanted to share with ANYONE who attended our Range or any other for that matter.....

A Gentleman’s Guide to Old-School Gun Range  Etiquette

by Joseph  von Benedikt

When’s the last time you went to a public range and had a horrible day—not  because your guns weren’t cooperating, but because well-meaning idiots offered  unsolicited coaching, handled your stuff without asking, asked questions or “corrected” your form when you were in the middle of shooting groups, or just  plain made a nuisance of themselves? If you’re a regular at the shooting range,  I’ll wager it happens to you all too often.

Not so very long ago, guns were regarded as something between tools and  musical instruments, and a stranger wouldn’t presume to correct one’s shooting  any more than they’d correct the way you use a crescent wrench or finger your  fiddle during the schoolhouse jam session.

Read more: http://www.shootingtimes.com/2013/03/19/a-gentlemans-guide-to-old-school-gun-range-etiquette/#ixzz2PzYjYOGk

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