I'm considering buying the EPM at Birchwood, but am curious as to how busy it is during closed hours when only members have access. Specifically, I need to do some shooting to prepare samples for my forensic science class. I want to create a number of samples on tshirts stapled to cardboard for muzzle distance analysis (how far the shooter was standing from the victim) in addition to shooting a number of bullets into phone books to provide samples for extraction and comparison to known samples. In order to do this, I would need to have one of the ranges mostly to myself so as to not be a hassle to other shooters with constant moving and rearranging of the targets downrange. In your experience, would it be feasible to expect some degree of solitude in the off hours, or does it stay reasonably busy? This isn't the deciding factor for me - I'll likely become a member anyhow because I'll be doing a lot of shooting over the next year - but if possible, this is something else I'd like to do with my membership. Thoughts?