Webb County: Local gun range shut down after losing nonprofit status

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  1. Moonpie

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  2. benenglish

    benenglish Lifetime Supporter Staff Member Moderator Lifetime Member

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    Idiot. Idiots! IDIOTS!

    Filling out a Form 990 for a small organization like that is something any moderately competent person can do in their sleep. To fail to file their paperwork for 3 years is unforgivably stupid.
     
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    If their revenue was under $25k, they could have done it online. Takes 15 minutes.
     
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    Revenue was 70k+ according to the hearing but *should* be more than that by my calculations and this is the only game in town. We are all screwed right now. A fancy little indoor place opening up soonish but it is $40/month and obviously wont have any long yard ranges. This range had shotgun/ ~10 lanes of 200 yard rifle range, few lanes on a 10 yard pistol/plinking, 25 yard pistol, 10 lanes of 100 yard rifle, then a separate set of rifle lanes at 200, 300, 400, ~500 yards. $75/year
     
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