2006 Code of Virginia § 3.1-796.126 - Shooting pigeons, etc., for amusement, and renting premises for such purposes; penalty
3.1-796.126. Shooting pigeons, etc., for amusement, and renting premisesfor such purposes; penalty.
Live pigeons or other birds or fowl shall not be kept or used for the purposeof a target, or to be shot at either for amusement or as a test of skill inmarksmanship. It shall be a Class 4 misdemeanor to shoot at a bird kept orused as aforesaid, or to be a party to such shooting. Any person who lets anybuilding, room, field or premises, or knowingly permits the use thereof forthe purpose of such shooting shall be guilty of a Class 4 misdemeanor.
Nothing contained herein shall apply to the shooting of wild game.
(1984, c. 492, 29-213.94; 1987, c. 488.)
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