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    Default Re: Looking to buy a 3 acre property in Monroe County. Would I be able to shoot on it

    Quote Originally Posted by JDA58 View Post
    Pork roll the only thing good to come out of NJ
    You misspelled "Snooki".
    Rules are written in the stone,
    Break the rules and you get no bones,
    all you get is ridicule, laughter,
    and a trip to the house of pain.

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    Default Re: Looking to buy a 3 acre property in Monroe County. Would I be able to shoot on it

    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    You misspelled "Snooki".
    I think more things went into Snooki than came out of NJ

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    Default Re: Looking to buy a 3 acre property in Monroe County. Would I be able to shoot on it

    What township, and how close is the nearest development/transplant to complain?
    That's the reality.

    I lived in Monroe a long while ago. Owned a few acres, and shot all the time, but it was a far different demographic then.

    ETA:

    Hell you can't have burn barrel anymore in Monroe.

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    Default Re: Looking to buy a 3 acre property in Monroe County. Would I be able to shoot on it

    living in monroe, not sure but it would come down to the twp level. speak with the zoning officer about it?
    if i could suggest, keep going west. this area is almost as expensive as NJ. houses dirt cheap because of it.
    NJ and NY brought too much with them and it became damn near the same here.
    <--refugee from NJ

    Quote Originally Posted by God's Country View Post
    Hell you can't have burn barrel anymore in Monroe.
    too many people straight up burning plastic and garbage or starting forest fires through neglect.

    MST only allows recreational fires.
    "Live free or die. Death is not the worst of evils. John Stark

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    Default Re: Looking to buy a 3 acre property in Monroe County. Would I be able to shoot on it

    Quote Originally Posted by God's Country View Post
    What township, and how close is the nearest development/transplant to complain?
    That's the reality.

    I lived in Monroe a long while ago. Owned a few acres, and shot all the time, but it was a far different demographic then.

    ETA:

    Hell you can't have burn barrel anymore in Monroe.
    Barett. I know one of my would-be neighbors. It's in a particular area where you can't see any other structures from anybody's property. I also hear shots most time I go to visit him, so I know people are doing it. I just wanted to be sure it was legally in the clear.

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    Default Re: Looking to buy a 3 acre property in Monroe County. Would I be able to shoot on it

    Quote Originally Posted by JDA58 View Post
    Pork roll the only thing good to come out of NJ
    I don't know, I think the transistor or the light bulb might also go on the list. But pork roll is certainly our greatest innovation.

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    Default Re: Looking to buy a 3 acre property in Monroe County. Would I be able to shoot on it

    Quote Originally Posted by JDA58 View Post
    I think more things went into Snooki than came out of NJ
    Including pork roll?
    There are no pacts between lions and men.

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    Default Re: Looking to buy a 3 acre property in Monroe County. Would I be able to shoot on it

    Quote Originally Posted by adt6247 View Post
    I don't know, I think the transistor or the light bulb might also go on the list. But pork roll is certainly our greatest innovation.

    Pffff I can still eat pork roll in the dark...while not listening to a radio ....

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    Default Re: Looking to buy a 3 acre property in Monroe County. Would I be able to shoot on it

    Quote Originally Posted by adt6247 View Post
    I also hear shots most time I go to visit him, so I know people are doing it. I just wanted to be sure it was legally in the clear.
    so do i, and if i recall, the township has issue with it and the hoa has fines in place.
    btw, avoid communities like the plague.

    i wish i didn't have to drive 45min to sgl127.
    "Live free or die. Death is not the worst of evils. John Stark

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    Default Re: Looking to buy a 3 acre property in Monroe County. Would I be able to shoot on it

    Quote Originally Posted by fallenleader View Post
    so do i, and if i recall, the township has issue with it and the hoa has fines in place.
    btw, avoid communities like the plague.

    i wish i didn't have to drive 45min to sgl127.
    By "avoid communities", do you mean unincorporated communities like Cresco and Paradise? That's where I hear all the shots coming from.

    I currently have to drive about 90 minutes to get to my range in NJ. I'm in the burbs and I like shooting outdoors, so there's no good options for me.

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