If there is a no discharge law than no
I usually shot at my buddies house, but is there a law for practicing in a neighborhood? I have open feild behind, but neighbors to the left and right.
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Thats right but if there is NOT one than bang away all day on Sunday with your .338Win.Mag just don't shoot your bow at a deer as it will disturb people.If there is a no discharge law than no
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dont you still have to abide to the 450 ft rule.
450 applies to hunting onlydont you still have to abide to the 450 ft rule.
shoot until the neighors complain lol
better off inviting them over and volunteer to teach them how to shoot..less headaches with the policeshoot until the neighors complain lol
Advise your neighbors that you'll be shooting AWAY from their homes and at a safe backstop BEFORE you fire the first round. Avoid any and all confrontations and/or problems with your neighbors and police, especially when firearms are involved.shoot until the neighors complain lol
Careful folks. My town does not have a "No Discharge" law yet there is a township ordinance that mirrors the 450ft hunting rule. No firearm discharge within 450ft of an occupied building...with or without permission!
Go to a local range and you will not only have no worries but will meet lots of folks with the same interest and make some new friends. If you are in the area Fort Dix Range is a nice Rifle, Pistol, Skeet, Trap, Archery and paintball range OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. It is Open Wed 1-8PM, Friday 1-8PM starting next week, Sat/Sun 8AM-4PM.
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