IIRC, at the Nassau County Rifle & Pistol Range they prohibit the practice of one licensed handgun shooter from firing a handgun owned by another licensed handgun shooter even while both are shooting together.
The policy probably isn't supported by any law but I'm sure I saw it posted in their rules. How ridiculous is that?
It is posted, and they do enforce it. Saw it happen to a married couple last week. Both licensed, each at their own shooting point.
They swapped guns, and in came a range officer to give em hell. The guy claimed NCPD headquarters told them it was ok to do.
Range officer said, it doesnt mean crap. We said no and no it is.