No recreational shooting of firearms, within one mile of any residence, traveled roadway, etc.
Currently, in congested areas (subdivisions outside city limits) where people are raising families - anyone can go outside and fire off high powered rifles or handguns (in any direction, so long a structures aren't hit).
For the most part, lack of stricter gun laws were never an issue for our family, because as a gun owners ourselves, most firearms users we resided next to, practiced safety, courtesy, and common sense.
However, our position of the current gun laws changed, after residing next to a mentally unstable "family", who use the basic right of gun ownership, to intimidate, harass, and provoke us, in a vane and reckless attempt to have us move away.
With the current state of the Idaho gun laws, how can it be insured that families can live in peace and safety and can be shielded a reasonable distance from reckless gunfire?
The dark evil souls next door, shoot across our property line, have killed wildlife on our side of the fence, shoot into our property signs, and shoot their guns into the air over our property.
They do these acts randomly and in such a manner, that it's next to impossible to get evidence on video. The sheriff's office state the neigbors have the right to shoot firearms on their property - and even though we've showed them bullet impacts on our property, as a result of gunfire originating from their residence, they failed to act. In another state, these very disturbed people would be locked up and their guns taken away.
Many states do not allow discharge with 1/2 mile to 1 mile, from the nearest residence – it’s time to enact the same law in this state.