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When pavement meets dirt, Beautiful British Columbia
When life on tarmac isn't enough. This section is for 4x4 Offroad Events, Pics, Discussion. Places to test your truck, Techniques and Skills. Everyone of all skill levels are welcome. Got a wicked campsite you would like to share? Discover the great outdoors, gear discussion etc.
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Old 05-13-2024, 08:08 AM   #2151
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trucker / logging roads.. squamish / whistler / abbotsford

in vanocuver... 99% someone will call the cops and you're done.
and even if there is... it's pretty secretive.

2021 - 2022 It is prohibited to hunt or discharge a firearm or bow in a BC Park within 400 metres of either side of the centre line of any park road or highway except as authorized by a park officer, unless otherwise stated in this synopsis for a
specific road. A park road is a road in a park or recreation area that is designated and developed for licensed motor vehicles.

It is unlawful to discharge a firearm or
hunt within the road allowances of all
numbered highways and any two lane or
greater public road in BC that is maintained
by the Ministry of Transportation (or their
Contractors), the federal government or
another province or territory.The road
allowance extends:
( a) 15 metres on either side of the middle of
a road with less than three lanes, or
( b) 15 metres from the edge of the paved
s u rface of a highway with three lanes or
m o r e, or

( c) to the boundary of private or cultivated
land, whichever comes first.
In addition to the above universal restriction,
several major or heavily populated
routes in the province have an additional
400 m area bordering the road allowance
in which the discharge of a firearm using a
single projectile is prohibited.The discharge
of a shotgun using shot only is permitted.
These areas are listed in the section “400 m
Single Projectile Prohibited Areas”.
(page 13, No Hunting and No Shooting Areas)
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