While 16-11-103 regulates the distance from a public road, is there any law (other than a local ordinance) regulating the distance one must be from another's building in order to shoot?
Boo Hoo Try driving 40+ miles one way. You could just clear a walkway to your "personal range".So now I have to go all the way through the woods to the back of my property to shoot and come back covered with ticks - kind of takes the fun out of it.
Whew!Gunstar1 said:ICP and I have both looked and can't find anything in state law about it.
Why didn't someone tell me this sooner!! :twisted:GAGunOwner said:You don't have to have a "Class 3 license" to legally own a transferable machinegun, in fact no license of any kind is required. You must have payed the tax and have the registration form, but no "license."Clear a path and get a Class 3 license and a machine gun.
A "Class 3 license" makes you a dealer in NFA devices, other than destructive devices.