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Lead-free ranges in tri-state area?

Discussion in 'Tri State Glockers' started by sarariman, Feb 25, 2007.

  1. sarariman

    sarariman

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    I have a newborn son, so I am a lot more wary about lead than I used to be. Does anyone have any suggestions on lead-free ranges in the tri-state (NY, NJ, CT) area? I know SIG has a range in NH that is frangible ammo only, but that is too far out. Thanks.
     

  2. Douglas in CT

    Douglas in CT Millennium Member

  3. sarariman

    sarariman

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    Feb 19, 2007
    Thanks for replying. Worried about lead poisoning, especially since he is still so young. Guess I just have to be mindful of tracking it in the house, showering well before I handle him and so on.
     
  4. Douglas in CT

    Douglas in CT Millennium Member

    If you are REALLY concerned, let me suggest:
    - Having a set of "range clothes" that you change out of and bag before entering your house.

    - Consider changing at the range and change there. A one piece mechanic/jumpsuit would be easier. "Range sneakers" are a good idea too.

    - Bring Baby Wipes for your face.

    - Wash hands in COLD water (won't open the pores of your skin).

    - YOU wash these range clothes SEPARATELY from the normal family laundry loads. No sense contaminating family's clothing.

    - Don't take munchkin to the range.

    - Use G.I. ammo boxes to store ammo (too hard for munchkin to open for a couple of years.)

    HTH
     
  5. sarariman

    sarariman

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    Feb 19, 2007
    Thanks much for sharing those thoughts, Douglas. Looking forward to taking him to the range someday.