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Hello,
New here and trying to find answers to some questions.
I'm currently stuck at home (Corona restrictions) and I'd love to practice in my backyard. Trying to find out if I can legally do so before I set up target, backstop, etc.
I didn't see any "No Discharge" laws for South Brunswick township but trying to confirm and find out what to look for.

Also, any advice on target setup for practical and safety concerns is welcome.

Thank you!
 

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it is my understanding as told to me by a FG officer , the 450 or 150 safety zones is only for the act of taking game .... target shooting is not part of that ... each town is different and has its own regs you have to look at , and each neighbor is different. you are responsible for the discharge and the potential for any harm downrange. he specifically said if you live in a development you can shoot skeet legally by the states rules as long as the shot pellets and what not does not put anyone downrange in harms way ,,,,
 
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