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Where can i shoot my air rifle in the Kamloops area?

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Even though its "just" an air rifle/pistol, it is still prohibited
from shooting within the city limits. If you arent sure where these
limits extend to, here are spots I have found that are out of the
city limits.

Another note: Indian band/Reserve is not considered "city limits",
however...I dont want to give the wrong info as to what the native
RCMP would consider on these soils? They might have their own law
against/prohibiting them on these limitations?

Bachelor heights: (Lac de bois Rd)
Ive heard rumors that as soon as you pass the cattleguard as you
pass the residential area, that is safe. Not so!!
If you drive 4 kilometers past the cattleguard you will come across
a sign that states you are leaving Kamloops city limits. After this
sign is safe but i have found this spot to be boring unless you
drive long after this limit.

North (Yellowhead Hwy):
The Kamloops city limits extend as far as heffley creek and some.
I personally havent been that way to find out and probably wont be,
as thats just too far to drive to shoot an air rifle imo.

East (Towards Chase):
The city limits by what im looking at on the map i have on hand
states somewhere past the Barnhartvale/Dallas area for sometime
after for miles?

South (Towards Lac de jeune):
The limits stretch as far as Lac le jeune and then some for miles?


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