We’ve all been there. We’ve had a moment where we’re at the range (either indoor or outdoor), having a blast firing off round after round with our favorite guns.
You take a pause after firing through your magazine. When all of a sudden, some guy (or gal) comes up behind you and says, “Hey can I borrow some ammo?” or “Can I shoot your gun?”
Now this wouldn’t be a huge problem. Maybe they ran out of the pile they brought for themselves. Or maybe they’ve been longing to shoot that type of gun for a while now, and just haven’t gotten a chance to.
Or maybe (in certain instances) they know they’ll never be able to shoot that firearm, and this is their one and only shot.
Regardless, this in and of itself might be too big of an issue. And most guys and gals at the range are incredibly nice. And they’re more than likely to allow this person to fire off a round, or to loan them a couple rounds of ammo.
However, there’s one thing that’s far, far worse. And it can get under a shooter’s skin like nobody’s business.
And that’s range moochers.
There’s a ton of different sides to this issue. But there’s a few very specific “do’s” and “don’ts” when it comes to asking people to borrow stuff at the local range.
Check out the video below to learn more about the gripe that’s got gun enthusiasts everywhere talking.