First trip to the range with my new gun

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  1. MetalSlugIV

    MetalSlugIV

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    I just got back from running 200 rounds of WWB through my new Glock 19. This isn't going to be a full range report I will do that when I get the time. The thing is the range didn't turn on the blowers. Now I have a sickly sweet taste in the back of my throat. The same thing happened the last time I went to the range and rented a gun. Am I inhaling something deadly here? I was the only one there and no one else had fired anything. Should I be going to the doctor and getting tested for heavy metal poisoning?
     
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    Wouldn't hurt...CYA!!
     

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    after you noticed the blower wasnt on, did you tell them about it? :dunno: if you can taste the smoke, its not good. but im no doctor..
     
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    I like outdoor ranges for some reason. Most of the ones I have been to have no one working there, but the ventilation always works. But still, there is something to be said about not having to walk your aisle dozens of times to check out the target. Did the "taste" ever happen before these two incidents?