Why we clean the range


#1

#2

I’ve been seeing this all day. IMO, it looks like the air handling system failed. You can see it getting thicker in there. After a while the unburned powder reached it’s flashover point, and boom.


#3

Holy shit! I had no idea that would happen.


#4

It can happen any where you have a high concentrations of dust in the air . Grain bins and powder paint systems are some of the highest risk areas.


#5

Anyone notice the lady wearing flip flops?
In all honesty their are a few WTF things going on here.

I hope everyone was ok.


#6

This makes me glad I shoot outdoors.


#7

I just didn’t think about the un burnt powder. Negligence on someones part for not stopping activity.


#8

Amen!


#9

Also notice it looks like training rounds, or blanks. There’s no recoil when they are shooting, and there is s lot of sparks coming out of the barrel (Un burnt powder).


#10

My thought was, why are they shooting dragons breath indoors.


#11

Ha! Yeah me too. I didn’t know the cops ordered from firequest.com!


#12

:scream:


#13

Fricken NUTS!!!
Yeah, I will take the cold outside any day over a indoor range.


#14

We have an awesome indoor range. We haven’t been to an outdoor range yet.


#15

While I am sure indoor ranges have major advantages, like not dealing with the 20°F weather today, I have not been to one yet that was not extremely loud. Not trying to knock indoor ranges, just my experience. Maybe because there are people also there I do not know. Hahhahahaha trust issues.


#16

Your range does look sweet…


#17

#18

Since I have only been shooting at TSA I have nothing to compare it to :grinning:


#19

Most indoor ranges are simply loud because the sound is trapped. As a rule I double up on ear protection.


#20

What?
:grin::rofl::rofl::rofl::confused: