This article is fairly balanced for the Times reporting on a firearms issue, but I notice they fail to mention that DiNatale is a developer looking to develop property around the range.Â My own ballistic analysis of Blue Trail a while ago revaled that DiNatale’s property was in the ballistic shadow of the mountain.Â The only way bullets are hitting his house from that range is by rounds firing up into the air at a steep angle, which I find unlikely.
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I’ve shot there several times. The only way bullets are hitting houses from Blue Trail Range is if shooters on the line are intentionally firing well above their targets. I suspect the bullets are more likely to have come from knuckle heads plinking in the woods and not knowing whats behind their targets.
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