There are no range officers for calling Cease Fires. Shooters do it themselves .... timeframe guidelines are posted .... on the half hour, etc. One shooter has to kinda take charge of it .... calling out to make the range safe and hot, and operating the warning lights. It has to be handled seriously..In addition there are a few older gentlemen who though they are nothing more than members and no range officers that they are the boss of the firing line.They call for cease fires thinking they have some kind of authority there.
Nothing wrong with this. Better to be safe at a place where firearms are handled. BTW - One of those older gentleman just may be me. I'm the same way whenever I dare to venture onto one of the WMA ranges. Safety practiced by a few there at times borders on deplorable.a few older gentlemen who though they are nothing more than members and no range officers that they are the boss of the firing line