Beretta Cx4 Storm – More tips on being polite down at the shooting range
You may be a regular at your local shooting range or you may be a first timer – whatever the case, you don’t want to look like a disrespectful jerk to anyone who comes to the shooting range. They may all remember you down there for your distinctive Beretta Cx4 Storm, but you’ll more importantly want to be remembered for being a polite, good person. So here’s a few tips to remember.
Don’t shoot inappropriate Beretta Cx4 Storm firearms. Most ranges provide guidelines on what’s appropriate and what isn’t. Don’t shoot black-powder firearms indoors. Don’t disobey caliber or ammunition limitations. If your range doesn’t allow shooters to fire tracers, armor piercing bullets, or elephant guns, they have a good reason. They don’t want to create a fire hazard or damage their backstop.
NO BLOVIATING OR BEING A BOSSY KNOW IT ALL. DON’T BE A BORE OFFERING YOUR UNSOLICITED CRITIQUE OF OTHER SHOOTER’S BERETTA CX4 STORM HANDGUNS CHOICE OR PARTICULAR TECHNIQUE. LIKE BAMBI TAUGHT US, IF YOU CAN’T SAY SOMETHING NICE AND YOU AREN’T COMMENTING ON A SAFETY CONCERN, HOLD YOUR TONGUE.
Also, no crazy talk. The range really isn’t the place to vent about the president or your ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend. If you have issues, consign your guns and go buy a fishing pole. Nobody at the range wants to worry about calling the police due to your musings. And trust me, they won’t hesitate.
Hopefully, you won’t be too shy to show up to a shooting range. You can make some lifelong friends if you’re just nice.