rangemaster

[reynj-mas-ter, -mah-ster]
noun
a person in charge of a firing range.

Origin:
range + master

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Time begins when the patron checks in with the rangemaster.
Intercom system should allow communication between rangemaster and firing line.
All qualifications will be done with factory-loaded ammunition, and all magazines will be loaded as instructed by the rangemaster.
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