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I haven't checked into this at all yet, but it seems to me that there would be a horrendous financial responsibility with liability insurance to a range owner. Anybody know anything about it?
 

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Actually the NRA offers a Range Development program.

I've been through it and am a CRO or something like that.

The insurance is a pain and it isn't cheap. I'd look up just how bad it is, but I've got a lot of my stuff packed up for moving. The bad part is I don't know when I'm moving.


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Know what you're going through with that moving stuff, I did it last October. Course it was pretty easy moving my stuff cuz my wife removed me from my 4th generation home where I've lived for the past quarter century via a Temporary Restraint Order and all I had was the clothes I was wearing and the worn out 77 Toyota pu I was driving. Haven't been home since. (I didn't know I was moving either
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Wow that sucks. Funny how they can turn on you like that. Fortunately, my ex and I really had nothing when we divorced, so it wasn't a problem.

My current wife and I both agreed that the phrase "till death do us part" is very important. We also both agreed that death didn't have to come from natural causes. We had just gotten back from the range, if that gives you an idea of what an unnatural cause might be.


As for the moving part, this is our fourth move in three years. We are hoping to make it our last one for awhile. Just waiting for our seller to decide on a settlement date.



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