What the issu with a « Clay Pigeon **** » or other **** range

Hello,



First sorry for my english (And that’s maybe why i don’t find something about that).


I would like to know if a « **** range » is legit. Because It’s a sport (And an olympic sports), and to France you can start this sport to 8 years. And i think to the USA may be less. As everyone have a gun.


The clay pigeon **** is even more popular here, because at the Olympic Game..... and you can start at 12 at France




So, how Niantic can say « that’s an adult entertainment » if the legal age is 8 ???????



Thank you

Comments

  • DieyzDieyz ✭✭

    The only thing i see is that. And it speak about « pubs And restaurants that serve alcohol »

    Even at the end, it say « fiream stores that also offer food or snacks ». So that mean a firearm without food or snacks could be legit ? (Firearm coule be commerce, but a **** range that don’t offer food or snack ? It count like sport !?)



  • Cause you have a chance of being shot.

    There are plenty of stupid people that will wonder into a **** range without even looking where they're going

  • TheFarixTheFarix ✭✭✭✭✭

    You are dealing with San Franciscans who are instantly terrorized by the sight of a BBs form a BB gun and would rather have them outlawed if they had the power. Do you really expect any logic when it comes to **** ranges?

  • JSteve0JSteve0 ✭✭✭

    This is actually a very legitimate question. The answer is that Niantic considers rifle, shotgun and pistol **** as an adults-only activity similar to liquor stores and **** clubs.


    But as stated in the original post, **** is an olympic sport that is enjoyed by families in many areas in the world. I think this is a very poor decision on the part of Niantic, but until they change their minds (probably never) we will have to review according to their guidelines an reject any new **** ranges.

    CourageOWMar 1, 2020

    Cause you have a chance of being shot.

    There are plenty of stupid people that will wonder into a **** range without even looking where they're going


    I don't think you have spent much time around **** ranges. People that run them are not interested in having unsuspecting hikers getting shot. These areas are usually secured and monitored, but I don't see a problem with having a wayspot at the sign or the public entrance to a **** sports facility.

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