Currituck eyes rule change to include club shooting ranges

By Cindy Beamon

The Daily Advance

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MOYOCK — Currituck officials are re-examining county rules for shooting ranges, apparently to clarify questions surrounding a newly opened target practice site in Moyock.

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Remember the residents, make them soundproof

No one wants to live anywhere near a shooting range. I would suggest that a shooting range be an indoor facility that has the soundproofing so we the residents do not have to listen to shooting all day. Safety could also be better controlled in an indoor facility. Leave the hunt clubs as they are, since there are many hunt clubs in residential areas. I have a hard time with the County doing this after Moser was warned before when he was running a range and residents complained. The County told him it was illegal and so what did he do? Opened another one in a different area !!! And so now the County wants to give in to him? This is what it looks like.

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