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Bow Use Within City Limits - MT Juliet

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Does anyone know if bows are classified the same as firearms within the city limits of MT Juliet?   My back yard is perfect, with a really great back stop, is really safe (the yard slopes up at a good angle) for shooting a bow.  Just was wondering.

 

Thanks!

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Don't ask, don't tell.  A bow doesn't make much noise....

Cheers,

Whisper

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I live just out side the city limits of Mt Juliet. You can not fire a projectile inside the city limits of Mt Juliet. BB gun, bow and arrow and firearm. That said, from what I understand, there is or was a provision about hunting in city limits. You can hunt and not get into trouble. However if the animal dies on some else's property you could get into trouble in civil court. Now things have changed in the last few years(10 to 15 years). That was the last time I looked into the hunting thing. So do you home work.

My $0.02, do not fire a projectile inside city limits.

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Ok that’s what I thought. I’ll just use the land I have permission on which is in the middle of nowhere’s ville near Lebanon.

Thanks for the reply.

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