Stopped by yesterday to see how it's held up to the general public. The port a potty was clean, there was no trash and the road was well kept. I was impressed. The words free, public & range put together usually equal nightmare so my expectations were low. I was glad to see one of the younger guys calling the range cold and casually walking the line checking chambers then calling it safe to go down range. A couple folks asked about the suppressor on my carbine. I try to be an ambassador for NFA so I was happy to talk to them. Lots of misinformation about NFA floating around. Especially with the older "NRA certified" crowd. My one mistake was wearing electronic muffs. I could hear conversations from the other lanes. The amount of BS heard per minute per shooter was distracting. "Firearms instructor" "NRA certified" "when I was in the 'Nam" "4000 fps" Usually heard from the 50+ year old guy shooting a 1911 with a full teacup grip cutting the target stands in half like a meth fueled beaver. The younger crowd shooting Grocks and such were much more proficient in both technique and on target results. I'll stop by again next year. It's definitely an experience.