Surge in luxury shooting ranges caters to new gun culture
‘We’re an entertainment complex, if you will,’ Lock & Load's manager says
A middle-aged woman browses a spacious shopping area and eyes a purse designed to conceal a handgun.
The club’s marketing manager talks up a future pizza-and-pistol family night promotion.
All the while, less than 100 feet away, more than a dozen shooters blast targets on ranges where a state-of-the-art ventilation system purifies the air.
Take note Elmer Fudd — this is definitely not your granddaddy's good ol’ boy retreat.
“It’s like a country club,” said Jason Tanaka, a 40-year-old mortgage executive who skipped lunch to put 100 rounds through his new semi-automatic pistol. (red entire article here)