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A6 The Arlington Times BUSINESS Indoor gun range opens The Arlington Times ARLINGTON -- Pistols' rifles, shotguns, slings, ammunition and dozens of other gun-related items Line the aisles of the custom-built -: ~on Recreational Shooting and Tr~ Center. The gun range was "We don't have any people who come in here wearing camouflage and combat boots," Haakensen said. =The majority of them are middle- to upper- class people from Stanwood, Marysville, Granite Falls and the other surrounding communities. Many of our cus- tomers live across the street at Gleneagle. All of our customers are law abiding citizens. A lot of fatal- The range itself is a state-of- the-art facility. Three shooting bays accommo- date six shooters each. The targets are hung on adjustable pulleys. The bullet trap system is a series of V-shaped, three-quarter-inch steel stations located at the end of the range. Bullets pass through the target, enter the trap system, spin around in the cylinder steel cham- > ~' "/i "~ ....I~ :~'~>~;~ ,,:;~~; ~;, '~ ' ;i~ii ~ ) ~'7~; ,! !),~ % ;~!!i~!i,ii~ ~ii~i;!! i ,