Interesting case in Cumberland County, Pa. It appears man shot for his rifle at public range run by Pennsylvania State Game Commission. I saw picture of rifle, that was missing, when they discovered victim. It is a tricked out AR. Victim is personal injury lawyer, so possible he might have enemies, but unlikely. Presently reporting break in case. Saying police got info from range regulars about new people. Also saying tracked suspect(s) to storage shed and he was seen depositing rifle(s) in shed. Disturbing case for person like myself, who as retiree, often goes to range during week, when no one else around. However, I don't go to public ranges, as I am fortunate to be a member of 5 clubs each within about a half hour drive. And most of the ranges have a locked gate, so difficult for bad guys to keep vehicle close by for get away. I know - I am supposed to have a question. Beyond sticking with private club ranges, what would you advise in the way of "safety measures." I know I could go on weekend, when others there, but I enjoy having the range to myself at times. One of nice features of being retired. I seem to remember the guys involved in the FBI shooting used to go to public range or maybe it was informal ranges to steal guns. Platt and Maddox, as I recall were their names.