I've been reading here and elsewhere about all our well-founded complaints about all the establishments like Walmart and many others who either have written policies forbidding CCW or who can and will ask you to leave if you do. Many of us agree actions like these might represent a breach of our rights and have expressed negative response to such treatment and some even display downright anger. However, it occurred to me recently that many (if not all) gun ranges I've visited just might be equally guilty of the same offense. Most have written rules and prohibitions which forbid entry with a loaded weapon and/or a concealed weapon. These rules range (pardon the pun) from "must be enclosed in a case" to "must be empty with chamber open" or the like. While I understand the safety issues involved in such rules, I fail to see the difference between this and Walmart or the like denying our right to CCW in their establishments. I simply find it ironic that the very establishments and owners of same who are, for the most part, the champions of our gun rights might just be equally guilty of violating them. This is not meant to be an indictment of gun ranges or owners but simply an observation on my part. How do you feel about this?