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8,000 People a Day Becoming NRA Members

sheepdogII Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 11:07 AM
I have a bad feeling that liberals (and I hope I'm not giving them any ideas) upset at the NRA will start targeting indoor shooting ranges in retaliation for the events last Friday. An indoor shooting range just opened up in the city I live in and every time I drive by there in the day, the parking lot is full even to the point that cars are parked in an adjacent parking lot owned by another business. I understand that they have a very elaborate security system and that police have increased their patrols around the area since the shooting. With onset of winter, I'm sure the business will see an increased number of customers since most of the outdoor ranges are closed for the winter.
FlamingCapitalist Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 1:36 PM
I pity the idiot who tries to commit mass murder in a shooting range. That's a one-way express ticket to hell.
Quintus_T_Cicero Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 11:12 AM

There is a shooting range in Garland, Texas. When it was built it was out in the country. now there are a number of housing developments in the area in the city of Rowlett. The homeowners bought the land and built their houses, knowing there was a gun range in the area. Guess what, the homeowners now want the range closed, because they claim that it is a danger, even though the range increased the height and width of it's range berms, in response to the homeowners concerns. Guess who's about lose his business?
Lars795 Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 1:02 PM
Those homeowners should be asked if they knew there was a range there before buying. They answer no, then it it perjury. They answer yes, then the judge should ask then why they bought there if they didn't want a range nearby.

Over the past six days, the National Rifle Association has come under fire as somehow responsible for the horrific shooting that happened in Connecticut last week. NRA members and leaders have also received death threats. The civil rights organization waited to release a statement about the tragedy until the facts about what happened were verified and now, they're seeing 8,000 new people per day joining as members.

The National Rifle Association, while staying mostly quiet in the immediate aftermath of the mass shooting in Connecticut, has registered an average of...