Gun "country club" opens just miles from nation’s capital

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15 Dec 2014 22:02 - 15 Dec 2014 22:31#1 by cypherpunk
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Veterans and other gun enthusiasts looking to fire off a few rounds have a recently opened 65,000-square-foot facility just miles from the nation’s capital as a new option.

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15 Dec 2014 23:53#2 by Nikon
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Too bad in VA and not in MD. Could have been good press in the Baltimore Sun.

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16 Dec 2014 23:13#3 by dblas
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Give it time, I have sources that say a new indoor range/training facility/store will be opening in Beltsville in the next year or so.

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30 Dec 2014 06:18 - 12 Jan 2015 08:11#4 by MXRider
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Same one that was soliciting feedback a year or two ago on mds?

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30 Dec 2014 09:15#5 by 6Pack
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I talked with them also, Bill. I think that is the same one.

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04 Jan 2015 19:49#6 by dblas
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Yep, Ground is being prepped from the location in Beltsville, MD.

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