Shooting ranges a concern in area cities

Shooting ranges a concern in area cities

There are 8 comments on the Connecticut Post story from Oct 11, 2013, titled Shooting ranges a concern in area cities. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

When Bridgeport parents angrily opposed a police firing range across the street from a city elementary school recently, they were not setting a precedent.

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Nulli Secundus

Woodbury, CT

#1 Oct 11, 2013
There're more bullets flying in bridgeport than there would be in ANY range.

The idiot parents don't want cops carrying guns to the range for training, but they seemingly have no problems with cops carrying guns to protect their little mistakes and misbegottens.
lifeisshort

United States

#2 Oct 12, 2013
Nulli Secundus wrote:
There're more bullets flying in bridgeport than there would be in ANY range.
The idiot parents don't want cops carrying guns to the range for training, but they seemingly have no problems with cops carrying guns to protect their little mistakes and misbegottens.
Exactly. With police in the area the drug deals, prostitution and roaming gangs just might be affected. It's going to be much harder for the locals to conduct business! Gee.....too bad, but maybe a safer neighborhood.
Nulli Secundus

Woodbury, CT

#3 Oct 12, 2013
You've just answered WHY the locals don't want the range - more cops in the area means it WOULD be harder for the locals to conduct business (drug deals & hookers).

Since: Sep 13

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#4 Oct 12, 2013
Maybe the drug dealers want to use the range to be better killers.
Nulli Secundus

Woodbury, CT

#5 Oct 13, 2013
Well, they've BEEN practicing on the streets with LIVE targets.
CTM

New Milford, CT

#6 Oct 13, 2013
Nulli Secundus wrote:
You've just answered WHY the locals don't want the range - more cops in the area means it WOULD be harder for the locals to conduct business (drug deals & hookers).
..........How can you be sure business won't go up:)
Nulli Secundus

Woodbury, CT

#7 Oct 14, 2013
You are right. I stand, corrected: I shouldn't consider bridgeport's uniformed thugs to be LAW-ABIDING uniformed thugs.
lifeisshort

United States

#8 Oct 15, 2013
What the good town of Bridgeport needs is a good sheriff like Joe Arpaio, Maricopa county, Arizona. Joe knows how to handle the 'roudies'. He isn't liked by the 'bad guys' but he is loved by the honest locals.
Maybe he should be nominated for the Presidency! He certainly can't do any worse then what's in the White House now.

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