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Old 02-10-2011, 5:29 AM
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That is what most shooting ranges claim and enforce.

Unless I'm not finding it or something, there is no law that disallows an 18-20 year old with legally possessed handgun and ammo from shooting at a range.


Assuming there are no laws governing usage of a handgun of an 18-20 year old without a 21+ present, what I'm really asking is if On Target will recognize this. If so, awesome. I'm hoping I might be getting a nice 9mm gift from my Pops sometime next month.

If not, no big. I turn 21 in May. I'm just really interested in the action pistol stuff, and shooting in general. Would suck to have a handgun and ammo that I legally own and not be able to shoot it at a range, even though doing so would be perfectly legal...
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