Oops! So you thought you were going to enjoy a day at the Range? Well so did we. That is until late on October 27, 2017 when our counsel received from the trial court an Order of Contempt and a Cease & Desist Order naming the Chapos, Deputy Big Shot LLC, and any other person or entity in their individual capacity or by and through the operation of a business entity from operating a shooting range on the Chapos private property. Yes, this is the very definition of infringement of our 2nd Amendment Right and comes at a time when the issue of the Preliminary Injunction is fully briefed and pending Interlocutory Appeal.
Contrary to far reaching conclusions drawn by the court, we will abide with this notorious order until reversed, stayed, restrained, vacated or otherwise enjoined and our constitutional rights are restored in expedited fashion. This means, we have elected to temporarily close our shooting range and postponed all shooting events until this issue is resolved. We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience.
All is not lost. When the weather permits, we will move forward with planned range improvements during this closure; something that is a challenge to accomplish when you’re open 7 days a week.
It is important to note that Deputy Big Shot LLC gun shop remains open during regular business hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-6 pm, Sat 10 am-6 pm, ET. We have decided to temporarily CLOSE on Sundays until our right to shoot on our range is restored by a higher court. We will also be CLOSED the week of January 22nd to rest up and recharge for our upcoming legal battle. Thank you for your understanding and support!
We are eternally grateful to the NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund for their support in defending us in this action. We are also thankful to you, our cherished customers, friends and family for your continued support during these difficult times. You can help us to establish damages by stopping by to sign our petition below or stop by and sign our register documenting that your 2nd Amendment Right has been Infringed by the court order. To learn more about our case, please visit our litigation update blog. Thank you and God Bless!