LAST EDITED ON Aug-10-17 AT 01:53 PM (MST)
>7.01.055 Discharge of Weapons in the
>A-5 Agricultural and A-5-H Annexation
>(a) Within the A-5 Agricultural Zone
>and the A-5-H Annexation Holding
>Zone, the discharging of weapons
>is allowed for hunting purposes
>subject to the following regulations:
>(b) A person may not, without
>written permission from the owner
>or other person in charge,
>discharge a firearm across, into
>or within 600 feet of:
> (1) a
>house or dwelling; or
> (2) any
>structure where an animal is
>kept or fed including a
>barn, poultry yard, corral, feeding
>pen, or stockyard; or
> (3) orchard,
>standing cornfield, standing silo, vehicle,
>or farm equipment.
>(c)(1) Night hunting is allowed pursuant
>to Section 23-13-17 Utah Code
>Annotated, 1953 (as amended) and
>Section 13.3.4 of the Utah
>County Ordinance, which ordinances are
>hereby incorporated herein by reference.
No need to even go that far in the code to be legal!
"IT SHALL ALSO BE UNLAWFUL TO DISCHARGE A BOW AND ARROW, blowgun, wrist rocket, slingshot ................... IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO ENDANGER PERSONS OR PROPERTY OR TO CAUSE THE PROJECTILE OR MISSLE TO CROSS INTO PROPERTY OWNED BY ANOTHER ........................."
In other words, you can shoot a bow and arrow as long as it is in a safe manner (and you have permission from the owner of any property your arrow may go into).
So, let's let SFW have an auction with %100 of the proceeds going to the DWR to see who gets a chance at this freak of nature! I'll bid $1.00.