Call your local police department and ask the desk duty officer. I suggest you don't do it. You can hurt people, animals.
Sorry, there is no one answer, since there are thousand of different rules in place in different cities. You would need to check with the authorities in YOUR city.
Why not call your local police and find out? They won't arrest you for asking.
Call your local police department and ask them. In some places it is and in others it isn't.
we have squirrels in backyard they are distroying pair trees and peacan trees ,is it loegal to shoot a squiirrel with a pellet gun?
it depends were you live for example if you have a big backyard and the person that lives behind doesnt care then yes but if you live in like a townhome or apartment than no because you dont own your own backyard.
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Is it illegal to shoot a pellet gun in the City Limits of Quincy IL>
no. Why would you?
It's not legal.
Yes, it is perfectly legal.
It is my understanding you can shoot an air gun in the backyard in the County of Sacramento (I don't know about the City of Sacramento) providing the pellet does not travel past your premises onto a neighboring property. If the pellet gun is loud, there might be some issues relating to noise ordinance... usually after or before certain hours. The only laws on the books in Sacramento County specify issues regarding to shooting in… Read More
No, it would be illegal to shoot within the city limits
yes it is legal
Contact your local police for current and correct information.
It is legal as long as you only shoot your property.
Contact your city government to see if it is legal.
yes any state
This all depends on where you live. You would have to check with local law enforcement to find out. In places like the inner city it may be a problem but in the country with lots of room it may not be a problem. It's best to check first.
Yes, whether it is legal is another question.
Yes, it is, as long as you have something to shoot at. New York State Law says that it is legal to shoot arrows in a backyard as long as they are manufactured by these certified brands: Lil' Sioux, Easton, Arthur Outdoors, and Talon USA.
No. Because, in order for you to shoot them you would have to get their permission to shoot them. If you accidentally shoot somebody inside your backyard without their permission, it is their fault for being in the yard with someone that has a paintball gun and is shooting it in the first place.
Depends on WHERE you backyard is located. Inside the city limits of Memphis? No. In rural Unicoi County? No problem.
Yes, if you are only shooting on your property.
it's fine to shoot an arrow through a bow as long as it doesn't kill any body and you have a target to shoot at.
No, as long as you only shoot at your property on your property.
i suggest you contact the local authority to find out. But My guess and suggestion is "NO."
Yes, as long as you shoot your property, on your property.
sorry buddy but its illegal
Ownership is legal, but there are laws on where you are allowed to shoot it. Check the NY state law at a library (good place to ask).
Not without a special permit, and unless the birds have become a real problem, most localities won't submit one for you to shoot.
as long as you don't shoot anything that is not yours it is legal. You should also ask your neighbors first.
umm sort of but make sure no one in the public see you
The way the law reads is, "It's illegal to launch a projectile of any type with in the city limits. Pellet gun, slingshot, bow and arrow, etc, etc.
This all truly depends on the area you are in. New Jersey has mostly urban cities, therefore it would be difficult to shoot it in your backyard without being unsafe. To make life easier, go to a paintball field.
Yes. As long as it is on your property and not shooting at anyone else's property.
If you live in the inner city then yes. Rural areas, not so much.
As long as you don't hit someone with it you'll be just fine it is not illegal
The distance that a pellet gun can shoot is determined by the power source that the gun has. Some will shoot a few hundred feet while others with more power will shoot several hundred yards. The weight of the pellet also has an effect on the distance that it travels.
In WHOSE backyard? If it is your own property there is no regulation against it providing you are not using it maliciously against another person or firing it at someone or something off of your property.
pellet gun, but airsoft it is legal to shoot each other with. With a pellet gun you could kill somebody. Also 180 fps isn't much i shot myself in the hand with a 250 fps airsoft spring rifle. It just stings.
if you live in a close house neighborhood then no, but if your house backs up to woods then yes
It depends on the model and the caliber of the Pellet gun.
Well, yes, I can- but MY backyard is 30 acres of pasture, and 100 acres of woods. There is no way that we can tell you whether YOU can shoot safely and legally in YOUR backyard.
It all depends on the country, county or City where you live It also depends on how much noise it makes (dont wanna get caught), the fps, what your shooting (urban hunting), and whethter or not your neibors enjoy their windows.
Depends on where the backyard is located.
It is legal as long as you are only shooting your property and not your neighbor's house. Be senseable, dont be rediculus, dont act like its a real gun, you should be fine.
No, it is not illegal to shoot a paintball gun in any state. You don't even need a license to shoot a paintball gun in any state. No, it is not illegal to shoot a paintball gun in any state. You don't even need a license to shoot a paintball gun in any state.
Some BB guns are designed to shoot BB and pellets, but not all BB guns shoot pellets. The ones that shoot both usually can shoot several BB without reloading but only shoot a single pellet at a time and you have to reload each pellet between each shot.
Depends on the bird, and the season. A pellet gun, slingshot or bazooka- it is still hunting. Some birds may not be hunted, some at only certain times or days of the year. Check with the North Carolina Game Commission for a definitive answer.