They don't claim to be NRA affiliated anywhere on their website so far as I can tell. They do charge a $10 fine if you shoot faster than one shot per second. I wonder if that is per shot or for your entire range session though?I can't believe a shooting range would have the gull to do that... Even though it is kalifornia and all, it is still not right. Most clubs and ranges are affiliated with the NRA. I'm wondering what they think of their actions????
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