I totally agree that gun clubs have a group of regulars who tend to feel the need to supervise and troll a bit into others activity and equipment. I sort of get that behavior based on the fact that safety is a constant issue and perhaps new folks to the club must pass some unwritten test to gain acceptance. I generally do not wish to chat up fellow members, because I am there to shoot and focus on my time spent. Being polite and respectful seems to go a long way to fitting in. My local public indoor is an entirely different situation. So many varieties of people and firearms, each time is different, which I find cool. The invasion of your personal space, and forced opinions by the Fudds is a bit concerning, if that is indeed the way it shook down.
"You damm kidz - especially the ones totin' those Evil Black Rifles - get the hell off my lawn!"
You kids better knock that s4!t off right NOW! Don't make me come over there.......
"Great genius will always encounter fierce opposition from mediocre minds." --Albert Einstein.
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