A Chattanooga-area club that has been around since 1905 is facing complaints from new residents who are angry about the noise now that they have moved in, so they filed a $1.25 million lawsuit since they can’t get the shooting range shut down through other legal channels.
I learned about this case via a source involved with the Law Seminar I mentioned the other day, and she added that they have seen an increase in these kinds of cases over the years. It’s one reason they offer a range protection section of the seminar every year. These are the kinds of cases that make up the vast majority of firearms-related litigation, not the big constitutional questions that make it to the SCOTUS or other appeals courts.
(The range is not in the photo, but it is a photo of a Tennessee gun range that Sebastian took a few years ago.)