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If you decide to involve authorities I would suggest doing so via prepaid cell phone and don't give your name or address to dispatch. I live in a rural area where there is little compliant to shooting of any kind, yet one guy about a 1/2 down the road will call the sheriff anytime anyone within ear shot fires a gun. Example, neighbor A kills a raccoon in his chicken coop around day break one morning, neighbor B calls the sheriff and reports that he saw neighbor A shoot a deer (this was summer time.) Neighbor A hears on the scanner that neighbor B has called the cops on him. Cops show up and asks neighbor A if he had been firing a gun that morning, neighbor A told the deputy the truth and the deputy told him there was no problem with that at all. Neighbor B has called the cops on me several times, they have showed up at my place several times, each time they were friendly and told me to carry on. My point is just be careful if you do call the cops as it is likely to get around that you were the one that called which could cause you more trouble.

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Carefull,

My buddy owns a farm in Lincoln county, we shoot all type's of legal FA out there, if we knew we were bothering someone, we'd break out RPG's and mortars if we had them :devil: ....

I'm sure if your buddy's farm were anywhere close to me, the lady across the street would have called the sherrif well before anyone else could. I think the woman has him on speed dial. I won't call the police unless last resort. I'd rather let the offenders know they are offending someone and try to work things out without involving the police. Usually if you ask nicely, they will comply. But i guess I'm more considerate of my neighbors than some. Try to follow the golden rule.

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If you decide to involve authorities I would suggest doing so via prepaid cell phone and don't give your name or address to dispatch. I live in a rural area where there is little compliant to shooting of any kind, yet one guy about a 1/2 down the road will call the sheriff anytime anyone within ear shot fires a gun. Example, neighbor A kills a raccoon in his chicken coop around day break one morning, neighbor B calls the sheriff and reports that he saw neighbor A shoot a deer (this was summer time.) Neighbor A hears on the scanner that neighbor B has called the cops on him. Cops show up and asks neighbor A if he had been firing a gun that morning, neighbor A told the deputy the truth and the deputy told him there was no problem with that at all. Neighbor B has called the cops on me several times, they have showed up at my place several times, each time they were friendly and told me to carry on. My point is just be careful if you do call the cops as it is likely to get around that you were the one that called which could cause you more trouble.

Sounds like it's time for Neighbor B to move back to Florida. Or Michigan. Or Ohio. Or wherever Neighbor B is originally from.

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I think I knew before I started this thread that there was nothing I could do and just needed you guys as a sounding board. So thanks for tolerating my rant.

No one is saying there isn't anything you can do. One option is pileing up a bunch of brush, green if possable, and burning it when he starts shooting. If the wind is right it will mess thing up for him. If once doesn't work, the next time the wind is right burn a pile with poison ivy on top. Also a bunch of styrofoam will stink up the area. Make it uncomfortable for him also.

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Sir, Please do not think I am disrespecting you in any way. I do not know you. I am only being honest in an attempt that you may look at this from your neighbor's point of view. Judging only from what I've read, I see the possibility that there are two people who are difficult to get along with who live next to each other. One is you. You aren't the first to deal with such.

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