Stewardship in Recreational Shooting

Home

About/Contact

Stewardship Registration

Public Land
Shooting Rules

Shoot Smart
Shoot Safe

Code of Conduct

Our Blog

Start No Fires

Events

Videos

Shooting Lane
Development

Donate

Printable Targets &
Shooting Brochure

Memes & Posters


Team Players

Testimonials


Common Public Land Shooting Rules

Search the web for the public land you recreate in and know the target shooting rules before you go.

Bushmaster bullet  Target shooting and other shooting related activity will be prohibited from one half hour after sunset to one half hour before sunrise.

Bushmaster bullet  No person shall engage in shooting while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Bushmaster bullet  No person shall shoot carelessly, recklessly, or without regard for the safety of any person, or in a manner that endangers, or is likely to endanger, any person or property.

Bushmaster bullet  The use of exploding targets and tracer ammunition is prohibited.

Bushmaster bullet  No person shall place targets on trees or shoot trees for any purpose.

Bushmaster bullet  No person shall shoot across, from or along any road, trail or body of water.

Bushmaster bullet  Persons engaged in target shooting shall utilize an appropriately sized, natural backstop.

Bushmaster bullet  No person shall shoot targets other than those commercially manufactured for the specific purpose of target shooting, except for paper targets privately manufactured by the people engaging in target shooting.

Bushmaster bullet  No person shall shoot glass of any kind, appliances, furniture, vehicles or other debris determined to be garbage or refuse by an enforcing officer.

Bushmaster bullet  Persons engaged in target shooting shall remove from National Forest System land all shell casings, targets, and other debris resulting from their use.

Rules:  Mt Hood National Forest, Oregon, USFS

Rules: Tillamook State Forest, Oregon, Oregon Dept of Forestry

Rules: BLM Central Oregon

Rules: Washington State Dept of Natural Resources

Tillamook State Forest Blog (Updates, closures & current information)

 

© 2016 Trash No Land, Inc.

Cover