Ever notice how antis have to tell you that they aren't antis because they're afraid you'll think they are antis?
And I scarcely think it's the shooter's fault that kids aren't playing in their yards. http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/defenders/residents-frustrated-with-gun-range-in-peaceful-neighborhood
"I'm a hunter," Nick McCalla said. "I'm all for the Second Amendment. I'm for that, but when you're shooting assault rifles for six, eight hours a day, and it's loud, it's waking kids up from naps, kids are not playing outside because of that, that's an issue."
"We actually inspected the area and found it to be safe, and the backstop for the type of target shooting he's doing, in fact, he's actually shooting in the same direction of his own residence, and not of neighboring community," Lt. Eric Sandborn said.
"He does have the right to shoot," officials said at the meeting. "He is on his own property. He is in the AR (Agricultural Residential) District. The ordinance lists that as one of his rights."