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Shooting on property outside city limits

Discussion in 'Firearms Chat' started by Junior 13, Feb 10, 2019.

  1. Junior 13

    Junior 13 New to the site!

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    hi was looking from some help on laws around southeast Oklahoma . I just bought some land here out of city limit was wondering if I can shoot my guns here without any problems !! Thanks in advance
     
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    Okie4570 Moderator Staff Member

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    Junior 13 New to the site!

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    Thanks what I wanted to hear lol
     
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    In Southeast Oklahoma we’d be concerned if you weren’t shooting.
     
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    Can I come too??? Lol
     
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    Haha
     
  7. fluffernutter

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    Use common sense. I've seen some friends shoot on land that was technically out of limits but the rapid fire and time of day or the proximity to neighbors makes it real dick move if you dont warn the neighbors with kids and consider the other factors.

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    Consult your county laws.
    Some have what they call "safety" issues if your too close to a county road/ neighbor, etc.
    Repeat, consult your county laws, and don't ask the local sheriff deputy. They likely won't know.
    Consult your county DA (the one that will prosecute you if a deputy arrests you) for the laws in the county you live in.
    Trust me, there are some stupid laws on the books that nobody knows about other than the dickhead DA that doesn't like gun owners.
     
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    You can also look at your abstract for the prop.
    I bought 5.5 acres outside the city limits and in the abstract the subdivision covenants
    state "Hunting by shotgun or archery only".
    I hear people shooting occasionally and guess either no one cares or they get around the covenant
    by claiming they are target shooting not hunting.
     
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    Welcome Jimmy Sal, I hope you get to shoot on your place.
    Also, welcome to Oklahoma. If you’re a gun guy, you’re gonna like it here!
     

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