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Hancock County Sheriff's Deputy Jake Lewis sets up a target in front of the earthen backstop at the county range. A proper barrier to stop rounds is the most important thing for backyard target shooters to consider, Lewis said. The county is considering an ordinance that could make it easier for people to engage in target practice in their own yards. (Tom Russo | Daily Reporter)
Hancock County Sheriff's Deputy Jake Lewis sets up a target in front of the earthen backstop at the county range. A proper barrier to stop rounds is the most important thing for backyard target shooters to consider, Lewis said. The county is considering an ordinance that could make it easier for people to engage in target practice in their own yards. (Tom Russo | Daily Reporter)
Thursday, August 13, 2020 12:13 PM
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HANCOCK COUNTY — The Hancock County Area Plan Commission is considering an ordinance change that would make it easier for residents to shoot guns on their own property, though officials are not yet sure what the change should look like. If adopted, a relaxation of rules would bring the county’s regulations more in line with existing, less restrictive rules in neighboring counties.
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