No, I don't as they have no liability from what happens to me from shooting my own reloads.
I've always felt free to ignore stupid laws and rules wherever I encounter them.
Not to hijack the thread but I disagree. If they allow reloads as a rule and someone's reloaded ammunition ends up causing an to someone else, there is the main liability issue. I suspect that by giving up control of what types of ammunition is fired at their range, they would not be able to control the types of ammo that could cause damage to the range itself.
When it comes down to it, it may be mainly about insurance. I am sure that there are many insurance companies that will not insure a range that allows reloads or if they will, the premiums are very high.