Their lawyers needed some additional billable hours, so came up with a long-way-around way of saying that unless you are committing a state or federal crime you are not committing a state or federal crime and there is no way we can regulate lawful behavior, but if we write something the low-information folks might be confused into thinking we are in fact regulating lawful behavior.
So, to answer your question - Yes.
Just remember that the part about only LEOs in the performance of their duties being allowed to discharge a firearm has exceptions
Just for the sake of trivia - IIRC LOW cops are in fact Conservators of the Peace and thus qualify as law enforcement officers within the boundaries of the property. While they may in fact be rent-a-cops, they are fully fledged cops.