Exploding target ban in Black Hills OK’d by House
PIERRE — Target shooters would be banned from using exploding targets in the Black Hills forest fire protection district, including on private property, under a proposal passed Monday in the state House of Representatives.
The vote was 56-13 in favor of Rep. Don Kopp’s legislation. HB 1129 goes to the Senate next.
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