500 feet distance needed from your neighbor. Otherwise, why not.Any thoughts on if this is possible. People have bowling alleys in their homes so why not a shooting range. Sound proofing and some sort of air filtering. I'm sure it's been done before.
Lead dust is not the issue. Gaseous lead (actually, the smoke isn't gaseous, but it's airborne, so close enough) is formed by the primer and often the powder too. There are totally lead free cartridges out there, but they're hard to come by. Simply using a lead free bullet is not nearly enough.As a teenager back in the late seventies we shot 22s in the basement with cardboard boxes stuff with about 18 inches of newspaper. No problems, we didn't care about lead dust. Adults assume were smart enough not to injure ourselves. No one cared if it was illegal..... The government should know nothing about what goes on in your home. Keep your mouth shut.
Yeah, that was total BS because he would not commit a crime as ordered to by an LEO acting from their position of authorityA certain local dealer got raided and arrested for having a range in the basement of the shop.
It was all BS but look what they put him through
If that case happened today, the De-Fund Police movement would've covered the story nation wide because that officer wanted the store owner to give his friend a pistol without a purchase document. That was completely illegal!Yeah, that was total BS because he would not commit a crime as ordered to by an LEO acting from their position of authority