Originally Posted by taperxz
NO YOU DON't!! F&G codes only apply to those who are participating in the activity. F&G codes do not apply to those not hunting or fishing. If you are driving home from a trip either hunting or fishing, You don't have to tell them squat! They must have proof or knowledge of your activity in order to continue their shake down powers. Not to mention, since when was the "right to remain silent" ever made illegal??
So, does that mean that the 150 yard from any occupied dwelling, barn, ect ect for discharging a firearm does not apply to target shooting??????? I ask because the 150 yard rule is a F&G code. I ask because now you have me wondering.