Don't go to a "gun club".
Originally Posted by dbroncos78087
Many gun stores also operate private ranges as part of their business, some indoor, some outdoor. You're going to have to drop the "use the facilities" angle as the clubs being "clubs" are going to reserve the facilities for members in good standing which I'm sure you know. The gun store only wants your money and will be happy to take it.
I'm not sure why you're stuck on the hypocrisy thing though, you are the only one making that connection in the thread.
"Gun clubs" are just that, clubs. It would be just like showing up at the local Democratic organization and whining because they wouldn't let you in the door wearing your Romney gear, same thing really. Because it's a club I believe, and you can correct me if I'm wrong, they are allowed to make those stipulations if they like. And if you "don't like" then don't join.
I'm not condoning the practice but I believe there's is nothing illegal or hypocritical about it as the NRA is only standing up for gun owner rights and not the larger slate on the union agenda.....
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