Reasons: 1. I'm in my mid 70's and have only a limited number of range days remaining in my life - I can't afford to give them up. However I try to be smart about it, i.e. social distancing - hygiene, etc. per CDC guidelines. Besides, the last time I was at the range it was mostly deserted. We are probably more at risk going to the grocery store than the range. 2. Going to the range is a great way for me to relieve stress - great for mental health and a way to temporarily remember happier days. I don't want to get the virus, especially being in a high risk group but my wife and I are more concerned about our daughter and grand children becoming infected. 3. I only shoot about 10 to 12 rounds per range session so it's not like I'm going to expend my entire supply by visiting the range once or twice a week. It's just a joy to be out and doing something I love to do - life is short - can't waste any days. Life is filled with risks - living in fear is not living but being macho and foolish isn't smart either. Thousands of people world wide die every day from non virus related deaths. Cancer, heart disease, car accidents, etc. didn't disappear just because the virus appeared. Be safe - be sensible - but live.