Youth shooters accommodated by city |

Youth shooters accommodated by city

At its weekly meeting, Craig City Council amended the municipal code to accommodate 4-H shooters.

The newly adopted ordinance allows youth organizations to fire bows and air rifles within Craig city limits.

An ordinance stating “the discharge of air guns, gas-powered guns and BB guns by participants or leaders of a sponsored youth shooting sports organization such as through the 4-H organization, which program includes safety training and supervision by qualified leaders in a location and manner that does not present danger to the public” codifies the rule.

Despite the ability to discharge a certain type of weapon, it is still illegal to hunt game within city limits.

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