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(A) Shooting upon, over or near a cemetery. Except as provided by M.S. § 97A.137, for wildlife management areas that are 40 acres or greater, no person shall, without permission from the proper officials, discharge a firearm upon or over a cemetery or within 100 yards thereof, unless the person is upon his or her own land.
(B) Hunting near a city park. Except as provided by M.S. § 97A.137, for wildlife management areas that are 40 acres or greater, no person shall hunt, shoot, or kill game within ½ mile of a city park unless the City Council has granted permission to kill game not desired within the limits prohibited by this division.
(C) Discharge of firearms prohibited in certain places. No person shall discharge a firearm on a lawn, park, playground, orchard, or other ground appurtenant to a school, church, or an inhabited dwelling, the property of another, or a charitable institution. This section does not prevent or prohibit the owner thereof from discharging firearms upon his or her own land.
(D) Discharging firearms on highways prohibited. No person shall discharge a firearm upon or over a public road or highway.
(E) Exceptions. This section shall not prohibit the firing of a military salute or the firing of weapons by persons of the nation's armed forces acting under military authority, and shall not apply to law enforcement officials in the proper enforcement of the law, or to any person in the proper exercise of the right of self defense, or to any person otherwise lawfully permitted by proper federal, state or local authorities to discharge a firearm in a manner contrary to the provisions of this section.
(F) If any of the above provisions are found to be in conflict with M.S. § 624.717, as it may be amended from time to time, the provisions of that statute shall prevail.
Penalty, see § 130.99