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Discussion in 'Law & Order' started by Capo, Aug 16, 2012.
Does anyone know the laws on firing firearms in choctaw? Or where i might go to research?
no, but can't wait to find out why you need the info.
I used to work out there some years ago, and when I got a ticket, I could look up on the mwc website for the ticket costs. Does city of choctaw have anything like that? Did you get a discharging citation or you just curious if you can shoot in town?
I was wonder that also. More or less were outside city limits was considered and if OKC had any role in it. Was looking at buying 10 to 20 acres and wondering if I could shoot clays.
SECTION 10-306 DISCHARGING WEAPONS.
It is unlawful for any person to discharge or fire a firearm, including an air rifle or BB gun,
except when necessary for the protection of life or property or in accordance with applicable law. (Prior Code, Chapter 14, as amended)
http://www.ok.gov/choctaw/documents/PART 2010 20- 20OffensesCrimes.pdf
Nothing exciting, just moved here and was hoping i could shoot in my back yard.
Welcome to the neighborhood, and enjoy the fact that you can fire off fireworks around July 4th and on New Years Eve.
I have recently looked at land for sale in Choctaw just for shooting (out on Triple x). Did a little research and made a couple of phone calls. As long as I was in county jurisdiction, outside of Choctaw city limits, I was OK to shoot. You just need to find out, can call the Choctaw PD, which may direct you to county sherrif.
Somebody beat me to the land, so didn't work out.
The state has preemption in all things firearms related. The only thing the state allows cites to do is make laws regarding the discharge of firearms. Most cities have an ordinance against discharge of firearms in city limits, so once you are outside city limits you are good.
And you wouldn't believe how often someone challenges that...
This might be good news as im off 29th and Anderson, i think that's outside city limits