ome people have no apparent need for social acceptance — they just thrive on being the object of scorn and ridicule. In fact, they actively seek that position in life. It’s easy to find those folks online; social media trolls are more numerous than Hollywood actors at a "Learn how to love yourself with boundless enthusiasm" workshop. If you’re one of those types and just feel the need to draw the wrath of the Range Officer, get kicked off the range, and attract the stink eye from everyone else present at your next shooting outing, then we have some helpful suggestions for you. 1. Shoot at the Ground The polished concrete floors at indoor ranges are designed that way so you can skip bullets to the target, right?
A. At an angle less than the original trajectory because the ground "slows it down" some.
B. At an angle equal to the original trajectory because every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
C. At any angle it feels like, up to and including right back at the shooter.