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LETTER: Gun range complaint misses mark

Don’t let writing letters to the editor become a dying art.
Don’t let writing letters to the editor become a dying art.

In reply to the recent letter (A living nightmare, Oct. 14) regarding dissatisfaction with the RCMP, the following should be noted. I would assume that the practice range was in that location long before you purchased your property, I would also assume that you knew about the range location when you bought your property three years ago. If you have PTSD as you say, why would you buy property near a shooting range in the first place? You also say that it is alright for locals to shoot at the range once in a while, yet you are adamant that the RCMP should not use the range twice a year. Excuse me if I am wrong but your whole article appears more like a vendetta against the RCMP then a legitimate complaint and that is probably why you are not getting any response from the RCMP or others to whom you have spoken.


Ken Sterling,
Charlottetown 

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