This is exactly what I'm trying to avoid: becoming a fudd club with ROs and "good ol' boys" cliques. I already had a run-in with one of those at Harvard and I wasn't a fan of that experience.I'm pretty sure that if my club's CRO saw that,
he'd be using the log to contact all of the old-timers
who were on-site that day to ask if they saw anyone
shooting at soda bottles.
And there's a pretty good chance he'd figure out who did it,
and nip it in the bud.
I'm just trying to highlight problems with some of these suggestions because there are many.'the right to shoot down chains shall not be infringed'? is that the point you`re making?
as i`ve lost track of what your point was.
I really think that we should remember that the main appeal of HSC is its lax atmosphere. Instead of discussing cameras and sign-in sheets, maybe we should go back to talking about protecting the chains. Maybe we can use blocks similar to the indoor range to hide the chains. Maybe we can hang the plates on posts instead of chains and it might be easier to protect the posts. The club has the cash to make improvements - I'm just brainstorming what can be done at the 100 that doesn't turn the BoD into a bunch of babysitters for jerk members.