An Army Ranger is relying on an as-yet-untested Texas law to challenge a lawsuit that has shut down his gun range in Kaufman County.
Adam Morgan, a sniper who completed tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, opened the range on 100 acres of land in Kaufman County, about 33 miles southeast of Dallas, but neighbors complained. The county’s district attorney said residents near the range were at “immediate risk” and obtained a temporary injunction that stopped Morgan from operating the business.
Morgan said he and his associates operated the range safely and that it harmed no one.
“Unnecessary fears are big in this case,” he said.