Maryland Man Sues Firing Range for 'Reverse Sexism'

One Monday last October, Derrick Hunter decided to go shooting at the Maryland Small Arms Range in Upper Marlboro, his local firing range. He paid the $15 entry fee, and went inside. And that's when the metaphorical bullets started to fly. According to Hunter, 34, a special police officer, two women walked in behind him. Since it was "Ladies' Day," a longtime staple at the club, a manager told them they didn't have to pay. Hunter heard the exchange, and asked if he could use the range for...Full Story
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