Went to the range at Bass Pro. I think in the past I've moaned a bit about their firearm range, unfortunately, can't beat their price and the hour lot of time they give. Most of the time 30 minutes is fine, and I head to the local range, but today required some work with the wife's new firearm (thus time needed).
Several stupid policies, like for example my B&W targets were not allow because they had a face on them (only outlines allowed) because, "...a child might might think you are shooting someone."
I just put the target up backwards so I could see where any misses hit and put on several stickers of reactive hit targets. Stupid policy, bigger concerns in the world.
The one that eats me a bit is as I entered the store, with a bag without a gun, I was required to provide my CC permit, inform them of the make and caliber of my CC firearm, number of mags I had, etc.
I guess I understand possible theft issues, however, I had a problem with them asking me so many detail about the firearm I was carrying and the demand that I produce a CC permit.
How can anyone other then LE demand a CC permit (other then during the purchase of a firearm)?
I've solved this in the past by simply carrying everything CC, but there was going to be just to much ammo on me today. It was funny when they asked me that question and my reply of more than 1000 rounds (had a box of bulk .22 LRs on me).