Don't be too near buildings, don't shoot toward buildings, things like that... but they're common sense (or should be).Originally Posted by MikeLovell
And there can't be, at least can't be any more strict than state law.I can't see any ordinance in Racine County against firearms
66.0409 is preemption.
Which is invalid as to possession. See 29.089, as amended in 2012. As of 01JAN13, it is legal for anyone who's legal to possess a firearm to possess it in a state park.On Racine County, all I can find regarding restrictions just apply to parks or recreation areas
Sec. 14-67. - Firearms, explosives, fireworks.
No person, other than duly appointed law enforcement officers, shall have in his possession or under his control any firearm, air gun, bow and arrow or other weapon, explosives or fireworks of any kind or discharge any of the same while in or upon any of the county parks or recreational areas.
(Code 1975, § 6.013(2))
Combined with preemption (see above), it's legal to possess a firearm in any public park, and they cannot prohibit or punish a firearm discharge when it's in self-defense.
That's always possible. Check with whatever version of City Hall covers Kansasville.Anything else they can get you with? Noise complaints? (It's reasonably rural, A-2)
Ask your Realtor.