The other type of property is a tangible thing, such as a firearm itself. Personal Property. Additionally, a A great deal would depend upon the size of your property and its general location. *571.030. Reply. Section 921, from the provision that specifies a person commits the crime of unlawful possession of a firearm if he or she is a convicted felon possessing a firearm. I've checked rules and regulations and it seem in Unincorporated Jefferson County, you can shoot a "Firearm" on your property as long as the projective does to leave the boundary of your property, ect. Sec. For example, if a homeowner fired his or her firearm in a manner likely to cause bodily injury or death to a person or domestic animal or wanton destruction of property, he or she could be guilty of unlawfully discharging a firearm (CGS § 53-203). Missouri law exempts the possession of antique firearms, as defined in 18 U.S.C. crime. It shall be unlawful within the City of Jeffersontown to use or discharge any firearm or weapon, as defined herein. In can safely be assumed that discharging a weapon inside of a city's limit, but not on a licensed outdoor range, will be forbidden. This in turn fueled lively discussion on trips about whether this referred to a highway, or a dirt municipal road, or even a private road on a property. Missouri has some of the most permissive gun laws in the country. The definition of a Firearm that I can find in part states that the "projectile" is … firearms on his or her own property, but other state laws still apply. (D) Violations. B. Runcible 12/07/2011 at 9:05 AM. Unlawful use of weapons — exceptions — penalties. You don’t need a license to carry handguns or other firearms—either openly or concealed—in the state. This Chapter’s focus is real property, unimproved or improved: all of those public and private places not already addressed in the GLBS Guide. However, Missouri continues to issue concealed carry licenses, which give license holders the right to carry in places that would otherwise be off-limits to concealed firearms. Personal property analysis thus stops with its understanding for purposes of this Chapter. No person shall fire off any cannon, gun, pistol, revolver, or other firearms within the Town limits, except: (1) A police officer of the Town in the discharge of his or her duties; (2) When the prior permission of the Town Council or … Discharging Firearms. Richmond’s laws don’t prohibit discharging a firearm on private property, Councilman Charles Samuels told residents of his north-central 2nd District last week. When I started shooting in Australia, which was many years before I became a lawyer, there was a view that you could not discharge a firearm within one mile of a road. (C) Exemptions. 12.11.8. This section shall not apply to sworn law enforcement officers in the execution of their statutory duties, while in the course and scope of their office. Off your property is another thing entirely. That’s incorrect. 41 comments. (B) Discharge unlawful. To discharge a firearm with the intent to harm someone, unless it is for a lawful purpose such as self-defence (ss.244 and 244.1); or To discharge a firearm recklessly (s.244.2). — 1. Please elaborate, Runcible. JD 12/07/2011 at 9:19 AM. Yes, your B/A can be less than .08 and you can still drive but when it comes to firearms, you can have no more than 0% but again, that's only if you are in public and off your own property.