Interesting, I have been spending a lot more time at the range this summer and thought the same thing. Granted, the guy that takes care of the place is always complaining about replacing the "hanging wood"(plywood). But that's the nature of things. It's the frames that need attention. Not to mention the holes in roof over the benches.
I saw somewhere about a club looking for members. One of the criteria of membership was that you take a range safety course. Once that was completed you got your card and combination to the locks. That sounded like a good idea to me, then you can hammer into these idiots that if they start destroying things they get a swift boot in the rear as they leave.
Call of Duty wanna-be's... I like that one. Tell them to come on over and spend some range time with me. That AR gets to shoot only at the 300yrd backstop, and keep them in the baseball sized orange ring.
Remember, shoot straight and shoot often.
Good... Bad... I'm the guy with the gun.