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  • Texas1911

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    I have a part time job at a local shooting range. Something tells me this is not going to positively effect my cash flow.
     

    juwaba98

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    I'll say congratulations anyway! But like you I would be a little concerned about part time work involving guns, My pocketbook would be going the wrong way. As it is I have a hard time driving near a funshop without stopping in to pick something up.
     

    300shooter

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    congrads on the job, and I have shot at reds oak hill site alot. cash flow is going to hurt for sure as you will be putting your pay check into ammo.
     

    Hoji

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    Cool, will you get discounted pricing on ammo?:D

    Just be sure NOT to tell Red's customers about LSGR and how it is a more friendly enviroment to train

    Congrats. call me if you are interested in something a little more full time. I might have a lead.
     
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