Just joined the Tri County Gun Club and I have a few questions now, and probably a lot more later. First, a question Paris Hilton might ask - aranoid: - why are all the targets I saw at the different ranges all the same, standard, tan/black ring type? Every sporting good store sells these bright orange/green targets that define bullet hits better than standard paper (supposedly). Being a new kid on the block I don't want my target board to look like an 80s disco while everyone else is using tan paper; or do I? :laugh: Second, if you are the only person shooting on a range - I am thinking specifically the indoor .22 range, maybe at 4am - do you still have to follow range rules regarding flags, rapid fire, etc? I guess I could, seems kind of strange though. I have no problem following safety rules, just need to know if they apply 100% of the time, even if I am alone. Third, when the outdoor ranges have the sign out that says closed during normal range hours should I assume that means there is some kind of competition or class going on? For instance, sign says closed, but I hear shooting inside, am I allowed to go inside as a quiet observer? More noob questions to follow. At the orientation everyone was fried from waiting 4-5 hours to get processed. No one seemed in the mood for dumb questions. Thanks in advance.