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With a little patience, we all got where we were going.


That's the thing isn't it?  But for some reason gun owners have a terrible habit of eating our own.  We wish for more gun stores, yet when we get them we find the silliest of reasons to malign them.


I'm glad you two got a chance to go out there and check it out.

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I met up with KahrMan at Royal Range today. We had a good time talking and snooping. Neither of us tried the range this time, but we did partake of the observation hallway. It's a nice setup. The store was slammed with customers. A couple employees told me they weren't expecting such a crowd today, but the range was attracting lots of shooters. That's a good problem to have. One set of employees worked feverishly to clear the line while another set showed guns and gear from behind the counter. I bought a little ammo. The fellow who checked me out was handing out paperwork for those wanting to try the range while ringing me up. They were working as efficient as possible considering the gob of people in the store. With a little patience, we all got where we were going.


Or perhaps it has something to do with the "executive order". I was meeting one of my employees at Nashville Armory today. 3 hour wait for a lane! I figured Royal would look the same (being new and all), and he didn't want to waste more time driving around to other ranges. So we parted and I went back to M'boro, stopped by at OnTarget, and that place was packed too!


Looks like we need more shooting ranges. I mean, I'm happy that gun ownership is increasing. But I also would like to go shoot without waiting half a day.


Thanks Obama.  :(

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