Looks like the ammo shortage hasn't put a damper on the Police shooting down in Southern Maine. A few idjits whining about the noise from a shooting range that has been there 20 years. The story doesn't mention it. but I'd be willing to wager that those griping about the noise moved into the area after the range was there. Also would bet they have BLM and Biden signs on their lawns. https://bangordailynews.com/2020/10...to-find-new-gun-range-after-noise-complaints/ Brunswick police asked to find new gun range after noise complaints TOPSHAM, Maine — For nearly 20 years, Brunswick police have shared Topsham’s gun range, but now they’ve been asked to find another place to shoot. Police in both towns admit that this has been an especially busy year at the gun range, and all those gunshots have gotten on the nerves of two neighbors who live within earshot of the range. When target practicing at a gun range, officers wear ear protection, but two neighbors who live near the Topsham Gun Range say this year, the noise became unbearable. Mary Strout says it’s impossible for young children to nap. “It seems like hundreds, because they’re going through a box or more of bullets,” Strout said. Ed Caron runs the Topsham Transfer Station where the range is located. “For us, it’s not a problem,” Caron said. “We’re used to it. “ Two other neighbors say the noise doesn’t bother them, but it does bother the Strouts, who say the noise is much worse since the criminal justice academy closed due to the pandemic. Brunswick and Topsham police had no choice but to use this range for all their training and certifications. “The shooting was being done in accordance with the terms of the permits given for the firing range over the years, but just the volume was bothering them,” Topsham Assistant Town Manager Mark Waltz said.