you do need to be careful out there, and I have experienced ricochet rounds flying overhead several times. Every now and then you get the clowns that anti-gun people have in their head when they think guns. These clowns will not understand the concept of acceptable backstops behind their targets.
The reason for this is Panoche is quite spacious and there are no designated firing lines... you have to use common sense, which of course not everybody is equipped with.
If you go on a weekday you will have much less probability of sharing the space with careless shooters.
"still clinging to God and Guns...."