§ 132.28  CERTAIN DISCHARGES OF FIREARMS OR AIR RIFLES LAWFUL.
   It  shall  not  be  a violation of any provision of §§ 132.20 through 132.28 to discharge a firearm or air rifle:
   (A)   When done by any peace officer in the performance of any legal duty or by any person assisting such officer or acting at such officer's direction;
   (B)   When resisting any attempt to murder or to commit any felony upon any person or upon any dwelling occupied by any person;
   (C)   When discharged in the lawful defense of any person when there is reasonable grounds to apprehend a design to commit a felony or to do some great personal injury and there is imminent danger of such design or injury being accomplished;
   (D)   When necessarily discharged in an attempt, by lawful means, to arrest any person for any felony committed, in the suppression of any riot, or lawfully keeping or preserving the peace;
   (E)   When discharged by an unforeseeable accident or misfortune, while doing any lawful act, by lawful means, using ordinary care, without unlawful intent;
   (F)   When done by military personnel in the performance of any lawful duty at a military function of federal or state armed forces, including but not limited to the Oklahoma Army or Air National Guard, Federal Military Reserve or other active military forces;
   (G)   When discharged in the lawful defense of any person or property and there is reasonable grounds to apprehend a great injury from the presence of a vicious, dangerous or deadly animal;
   (H)   When discharged in a lawful manner at a shooting range as defined in §§ 132.20 through 132.28;
   (I)   When discharged in a lawful manner in an area where hunting of ducks and geese is authorized by city ordinance; and
   (J)   When lawfully hunting with a shotgun on a tract which is at least three acres in size and is zoned AG.
(Ord. 2000-12, passed 6-19-00)