"We ain't a sharp species. We kill each other over arguments about what happens when you die, then fail to see the ******* irony in that." - Justin Halpern
So the parents were at the shooting range and approved the girls training with an Uzi? Did the parents also let the girl drive the family home?
Last edited by Winchester; 08-28-14 at 09:48 AM.
I personally as a parent wouldn't let my 3 year old child skydive, but if it's legal, it's been done, and a parent says he wants his 3 year old to skydive, should the skydiving provider say "No, I'm not going to do this"?
In short, the following does not guarantee training at most ranges:
-The activity is legal (so what)
-range time was purchased (here is a refund)
-the individuals want to do it (not here)
- one, a hundred, or a thousand other people have done it before (yawn)
Rather, as each case is evaluated individually and responsible range owners would never force an instructor to train or allow activity he did not feel comfortable with. Likewise, most instructors would never work for any owner who forces them to take safety risks or forced them to give training they were not comfortable with.
Last edited by Cryptic; 08-28-14 at 10:01 AM.