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Old November 6, 2012, 12:19 AM   #48
KyJim
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Ok, it's going to be perfectly clear after this question that I am a city boy now (grew up on the farm, but never went back).

What do you mean "public land where you can shoot?" I understand shooting parks and whatnot, but where can you go shoot that is not private land? How can you find non-public property?

I know that sounds like a ridiculous question, but I can't understand what you are talking about "public land." I can't imagine a place where you can shoot that is not private land. At least not without being arrested.
In Kentucky, a couple of the bigger areas:

1. The Daniel Boone National Forest where shooting would be allowed just about anywhere (there are a couple of public ranges).

2. I think it is allowed in most areas of The Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. I would call and double check on any restrictions there.

3. Check out a list of Kentucky state forests.
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