Do you have a favorite gun club—the type where everybody knows your name? Maybe you even volunteer for projects or serve as safety master. Well imagine one day a group of people show up, lawyers at their sides, and inform you they’re shutting down your happy little club. Think it can’t happen? It already has. It seems an increasing number of city folks are moving out into the countryside and complaining about the cow paddies—or, in this case, the sound of gunshots. Here are some of the top ways they’re attacking local gun clubs, so you can be prepared in case they come knocking.
- Whether your gun club is owned by a cash-strapped public agency or private owners struggling to make payments, real-estate developers are taking advantage of the difficult economy. Public agencies need the money to save their budgets, and real estate payments are a real burden on many Americans. If either sell to developers, regardless of the reason, your club is history.