Author Topic: High blood levels of lead from indoor ranges  (Read 82 times)

April 13, 2017, 04:31:09 am
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Weston

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I've never really considered this an issue, but it may be worth keeping in mind.  I am a member of an outdoor range and I shoot from my garage, so I may be OK.  Yes, the garage door is open when I shoot. ;)

http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-04-12-people-who-shoot-at-indoor-ranges-found-to-have-shockingly-high-blood-levels-of-lead-the-heavy-metal-used-to-make-bullets.html

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April 14, 2017, 11:34:53 am
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Some "authorities" don't have a clue. When I was much younger, I would attend an indoor range at a local army hall to shoot .22 indoors. We would often be ousted so that the local police could train.......using .38 and often .357s. That's .357 shooting into a snail trap designed for .22lr! Range would then be closed "for repairs!"

Death by lead poisoning..not nice!

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