#21 | POSTED BY BOAZ
"Yea, it only tells you how long you can discharge them on your property."
No, it does not. It only tells you can't create a noise disturbance.
That specific section does not create any new restrictions or limitations. It is about noise complaints and also prohibits "Blowing horns" (or any other attention getting device), "Radios, stereos, etc.", "Sound-producing equipment in vehicles", loud animals, loud vehicles/exhaust, Blowing whistles, loud air compressors, etc. It only applies if the noise is unreasonably loud to the point that it is causing a disturbance.
If anything, you should be happy about the clarifications because they give more leeway to gun noise than from other sources. You can immediately call the sheriff on the trans black kid playing their music a little too loud to your liking but you can blast away with the loudest gun you can find for several hours a day and be perfectly within your rights as long as you are within 150 yards away from other's buildings.
"The gun ordinance seeks to provide safety guidelines to ensure projectiles discharged on private property STAY on that private property.
Thats not how it originally read and they know it. That's why they have had to "update" the language. When you leave things vague with liberals, they love to take advantage."
So your complaint is that they are adding clarifications to make it even more clear that you can't be shooting stray bullets all over the place? THE NERVE OF THEM. The Constitution specially says you have the right to blast away anywhere at anytime at anything with no regard as to what you might hit.
And yes, that is how it originally read. Since it is obvious that you've not read the original ordinance or the proposed revisions I'll tell you what it currently says. It specifically states that "No person shall, without the consent of the owner or lawful occupier, discharge a firearm within 150 yards of a dwelling or other building or structure, which is designed to be occupied by human beings..." It also says rules regarding shooting ranges (private or public/free or commercial) are designed to prevent "projectiles fired from firearms at targets are prevented, by means of backstops or other barriers, from going beyond the boundaries of the area."
Now the revised ordinance does clarify that livestock buildings are included in the definition of buildings that are designed to be occupied by humans I guess because THEY ACTUALLY ARE DESIGNED TO BE OCCUPIED BY HUMANS.