Exeter unloads plan for police firing range
Exeter Township Police Chief Christopher L. Neidert says the department doesn't want to make enemies with residents over the location of an outdoor firing range.
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#1 Jul 4, 2012
Why make it for police why not the public. I shoot for a hobbie and would pay good money to belong to such a shooting range. To include the public would earn money to pay for the up keep. Just a thought the cops are not the only ones
that shoot guns!!!
#2 Jul 7, 2013
Where were they planning on putting the fire range at in Exeter?
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